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STATE PRINTERS. 

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Every Description of Printing executed with Neatness and Despatch. 
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 



BOSTON ALMANAC 

AND 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

IS 8 3. 

Containing a Street Directory, Express List, Events of Past Year, Members of Con- 
gress, State and City Officers, Churches, Societies, Schools, Etc., 
and a complete 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF BOSTON AND MAP. 

GOO PAGES, - PRICE, ftl.OO. 

Sent Postpaid on receipt of Price. 

S^UVCDPSOUST, JDJ±'Vtt2<TFOtt T I! 1 &c CO. 
15 !> Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

ALSO PUBLISHERS OF 

THE NEW YORK STATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, PRICE $6.00. 
THE NEW ENGLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, $6.00. 

The BOSTON DIRECTORY, an* Directories for Providence, Newport, Westerly, 

Bristol and Warren, Fall River, Gloucester, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, 

Newburyport, Salem, Taunton, Manchester, N.H., 

Albany, N.Y., Troy, N.Y., Etc. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY 



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RQCKPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
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BY SAMPSON, DAYENPORT, & CO., 

PUBLISHERS OF THE BOSTON DIRECTORY, BOSTON ALMANAC AND BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY, NEW ENGLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, ETC. 

Office, 155 Franklin St., Boston. 



GLOUCESTER, MASS.: 

FBOCTEB BBOTHEBS, 108 MATCT STBEET. 



PBICE, TWO jyOXJLtAJRS, 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 25 

Advertising Department 267 to 290 

Assessors 230, 247 

Bands of Music 198 

Banks 241, 248 

Blocks, Buildings, Halls, etc 23 

Board of Aldermen 230 

Board of Health 231 

Business, Directory of Gloucester.. 197 

Business Directory of Rockport 248 

Cape Ann Literary Association 236 

Cemeteries 242 

Census of Massachusetts 254 

Churches and Pastors 234 

City Government 230 

Clergymen 203, 249 

Commissioners 231, 245 

Common Council 230 

Commonwealth Club 236 

Constables 231,247 

Counsellors 215 

Courts and County Officers 245 

Custom House 243 

Electric Light Co 240 

Expresses 207, 250 

Ferries 239 

Fire Alarm 232 

Fire Department 231, 247 

Fishermen's Aid Society 236 

Gas Light Company 240 

Gloucester City Valuation 229 

Good Templars 238 

Grand Army of the Republic 241 

Halls and Public Buildings 23 

High School Association 236 

Horticultural Society 236 

Hotels 214,251 

Lndex to Advertisers 12 

Insurance Companies 239 

Justices of the Peace 246 

Knights of Honor 238 

Knights of Pythias 237 

Lawyers 215, 251 

Legion of Honor 238 

Libraries 235, 236 



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Light Houses 243 

Manufacturing Companies 240 

Masonic Societies 237 

Masters in Chancery 246 

Military 241 

Natural History Society 236 

Newspapers 241, 252 

Notaries Public 218, 252 

Nurses 218 

Odd Fellows 237 

Overseers of the Poor 231 

Physicians 220, 252 

Police Department 231 

Population of Massachusetts 254 

Population of th$ U. S., etc 196 

Port gardens 243 

Post Offices 243 

Public Library 236 

Railroads 239 

Reading Room 235 

Registrars of Deeds 246 

Rockport Business Directory . 248 

Rockport Town Officers 247 

Royal Arcanum 238 

Savings Banks 242 

Sawyer Free Library 235 

Schools and Teachers 233 

Sessions of Courts 245 

Sheriff 246 

Sinking Fund Commissioners 231 

Societies, Associations, etc.. . .235 to 238 

Stage and Omnibus Lines 239 

Steamboats 239 

Street Directory 16 to 23 

Teachers 217, 233 

Telegraph Companies 226, 253 

Telephone Exchange 226 

Temperance Societies 238 

Undertakers 227, 253 

United Order Golden Cross 238 

Ward Boundaries 24 

Water Supply Co ." 240 

Wharves 23 

Widows' and Orphans' Aid Society. 236 
Young Men's Christian Association. 236 



Copyright, 1884, bv SAMPSON, Davenpobt, it Co. 



1555905 



INTRODUCTORY. 

The Ninth Volume of the Gloucester Directory contains some improvements 
over former issues, to which we call the attention of our patrons. 

It will be noticed from the statement below that there has been a large 
increase in names (737) within the past two years, and the addition of over 2000 
new names shows a favorable growth of the city. The Street Directory has been 
thoroughly overhauled and re-arranged in a convenient form for reference, and 
the re-numbering of some of the principal streets renders the new Directory 
indispensable to the public. 

A complete Business Directory of Rockport is also given. Much other valuable 
information of a miscellaneous character has been added, increasing the book over 
thirty pages. To those who have encouraged us by their patronage in advertising 
and subscriptions, we return our thanks. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO. 

CHANGES IN GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Names in the Directory of 1884 7,852 

Names in the Directory of 1882 7,115 

Increase 737 

Names added in preparing Directory of 1884 2,169 

Names erased in preparing Directory of 1884 1,432 

This includes the names of 293 who have died or removed from Gloucester 
since the Directory of 1882 was issued, with date of death, etc. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGB 

Adams Elliott, 120 Main . .line back cover 

Anderson John, 290 Main 268 

Andrews Albert C. 77 Main... front col'd 

Andrews Ira, 181 Main 279 

Andrews Moses L. 5 Rogers 268 

Avery Lactate Co. of Boston, 

inside back cover 

Babson F. J. jr. 275 Main 276 

Babson N. & Co. 117 Main 274 

Barnard George K. 6 Commercial. . . 270 
Belmont House, 149 Main. . . .front cover 

Bennett Bros. 43 Duncan 271 

Boston & Gloucester Steamboat Co., 

foot of Duncan back cover 

Boynton Charles H., rear Cape Ann 

Savings Bank 271 

Brown Bros, of Boston 285 

Burlen Robert, Boston 284 

Burnham L. A. & Co. 179 Main 268 

Call William R. 42 Washington 277 

Cape Ann Bulletin Co. 191 Main 280 

Cape Ann Granite Co., Bay View.... 276 
Cape Ann News Co. 193 Main, front cover 

Carter S. J. 55 Prospect 275 

Clapp David & Son, Boston 283 

Clark James, rear 7 Middle 271 

Clarke Thos. W.;& Raymond, Boston 284 
Coffin Abbott, agent B. & G. Steam- 
boat Co., foot of Duncan.. back cover 

Colby Samuel V. 375 Main 269 

Cole Seth L. 9 Procter 275 

Correa John S. 272 Main 275 

Crowe C. W. 251 Main 268 

Currier John J. 119 and 121 Duncan 273 
Currier & Co.'s Express, 131 Main. .. 270 
Danforth & Griffin, 35 Washington.. 277 

Davis George A. rear 95 Main 279 

Davis W. H. H. 31 Commercial 282 

Dennison Mfg. Co., Boston 286 

Dow Charles H. 20 Mansfield 270 

Fears & Cunningham, First National 

Bank Building 272 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co., Boston, 

leaf opp. 196 

Frost D. O. 239 Main line back cover 

Gibson S. L., Railroad avenue, cor. 

Tremont 275 

Gloucester Daily News, 23 Duncan.. 281 



PAGE 

Gloucester Hotel, Main, cor. Wash.. 279 

Gray Chas. J. 227,Main 267 

Griffin B. & Son, 33 Main 276 

Griffin, Cook, & Co. 257 Main 276 

HallF. T. & Son, 276 Main 274 

Hall & Marr, 329 Main 277 

Hamilton House, Tremont, corner 

Shepherd 277 

Hartwell S. S. 113 Main 275 

Harvey & Tarr, 91 Duncan 269 

Haskell B. & Sons, 319 Main 275 

Haskell H. C. L. 97 Main 272 

Hoggins & Gifford, Parker st 269 

Hilton David M. 152 Main, .front colored 
Hollister George, Boston.. line back cov. 

Holly Tree Inn, 181 Main 279 

Homans F. W. 153 Main 272 

Howard C. O. 64 Main . . .line front cover 

Jacobs J. & Co. 103 Main back cover 

Jeff ery George L. 311 Main 267 

Karcher Jacob, 115 Main 277 

Kennedy P. 108 Washington 278 

Lane Everett, 130 Main back cover 

Lane Geo. R. jr. 390 Main 272 

Lane & McLean, 21 Duncan 283 

Latter S. A. 149 Main front cover 

Lloyd John, 2 Main 278 

Loring Francis M. 141 Main 273 

Lothrop L. D. 66 Duncan 269 

Low David W. at Post Office, 

inside front cover 

Lufkin Eben H. 78 Western av 268 

Lyon T. D. 62 Main line front cover 

Martin F. F. & Co. 190 Main 270 

Masters Charles, 17 Washington. ... 278 

Mayo Israel C. 92 Main 277 

McKinnon N. J. 3 Main 273 

Mudge Alfred & Son, Boston 285 

N. E. Conservatory of Music, Boston 284 

Nelson John, 285 Main 269 

Nickerson Geo. S. 85 Western av 283 

North C. H. & Co., Boston 289 

Norwood Chas. F. 44 Commercial. ... 270 

Parsons Theodore, 8 Hancock. 275 

Parsons W. Frank & Bro. 81 Main. . . 274 
Pattillo Alexander, 122 Main, 

outside front cover 
Pettigrew Alexander, 121 Main 274 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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PAGE 

Pettigrew James & Co. 90 Main 274 

Piimock Thos. G., Salem 282 

Pomeroy W. H., City National Bank 

building bottom line front cover 

Procter Bros. 108 Main 287 

KeddiDg, Baird, & Co., Boston 285 

Eeilly Wm. H. 215 and 217 Main 279 

Ren ton Thomas, 181 East Main 273 

Eice, Kendall, & Co., Boston 288 

Eichardson Nathan, 104 Washington, 

front cover 

Eoessle John, Boston 283 

Eowe E. L., foot of Water 268 

Eowe Joseph H., Duncan, c. Sogers, 

back cover 
Shute & Merchant, head of harbor. . 267 

Simpson Joseph, foot of Duncan 269 

Smith David B. 425 Main 267 



PAGE 

Smith Geo. L., Main, cor. Wash 279 

Smith L. E. 221 Main 273 

Stearns The A.T. Lumber Co., Boston 282 

Stoddart A. P. 236 Main 276 

Swett & Co. 42 Commercial 271 

Tarr James H., Eocky Neck 269 

Thompson F. S. 164 Main — front cover 

Todd George, 393 Main 271 

Tracy William, 84 Main 274 

Upham John W. 163 Main 274 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co., Boston 285 

Witham Addison, foot of Water 270 

Wonson William H. & Son, head of 

the harbor 267 

Wright & Potter Printing Co., Bos- 
ton front colored 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEES IN BOSTON, ETC. 



PAGE 

Acid Drink and Table Acid. 

Avery Lactate Co. 23 Court, Boston, 

inside back cover 

Animal Fertilizers. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston. . . 289 

Art Glass. 

Eedding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Bacon Works. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston. .. 289 

Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Bonds. Drafts, etc. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston. . . .leaf opp. 196 

Bookbinding. 

Burlen Eobert, 50 Arch, Boston. .. 284 

Book Lettering and Stamping. 
Burlen Eobert, 50 Arch, Boston 284 

Book Marbling and Edge Gilding. 

Burlen Eobert, 50 Arch, Boston .... 284 
Box Manufacturers (Paper). 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston 286 
Braziers' Rods. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 



PAGE 

Brewers. 

Eoessle John, 60 Pynchon, Boston, 283 

Broom "Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Card Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Cathedral Glass. 

Eedding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin, 

Boston. . . .4 285» 

Chromo Lithographers. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston.... leaf opp. 196 

Church Windows. 

Eedding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Clothes Line Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Conservatory of Music. 

N.E. Conservatory of Music, E. Tour- 
j^e, director, Boston 284 

Copper Plate Printers. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston.... leaf opp. 196 

Corset Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Crinoline Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN BOSTON, ETC, 



PAGE 

Cutlery. 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 184 Washing- 
ton, Boston 285 

Domestic Stained Glass. 

Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Engravers, Bank Note, etc. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston. . . .leaf opp. 196 

Engravings. 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co. 181 Devon- 
shire, Boston leaf opp. 196 

Experts in Patent Causes. # 

Brown Bros. 28 School, Boston 285 

Extra Lard Oil. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston.. 289 

Fence "Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Fertilizers (Animal). 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston. . . 289 

Furniture Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Galvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Glass Cutters. 

Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Glass Importers (Window). 

Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Glass Signs. 

Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Glass Stain ers. 
Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 2 85 

Glue. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston... 289 

Gutters and Conductors. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. 2 Post- 
office square, Boston 282 

Hardware. 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 184 Washing- 
ton, Boston 285 

Hay Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Hogs. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston. ... 289 

Iron Wire Manufacturers. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 



Japanese Napkins. 

Rice, Kendall, & Co. 91 Federal, 
Boston 288 

Jewellers* Boxes and Findings. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Kalsomine (Dry). 
Hollister Geo. 35 Federal, Boston, 

line back cover 

Isabels. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Lactate Acids and the Lactates. 
Avery Lactate Co. 23 Court, Boston, 

inside back cover 

Lager Beer. 

Roessle John, 60 Pynchon, Boston, 283 

Lard Refiners. 
North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston . . 289 

Lawyers. 

Clarke & Raymond, 29 Pemberton 
square, Boston 284 

* Lithographers. 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co. 181 Devon- 
shire, Boston leaf opp. 196 

Lithographic Printing. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston. . ..leaf opp. 196 

Live and Dressed Hogs. 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston... 289 

Lumber. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co., 2 Post- 
office square, Boston 282 

Machinery Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Machinists' Tools. 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 184 Washing- 
ton, Boston 285 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 184 Washing- 
ton, Boston 285 

Manufacturing Companies. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Maps, Charts, etc. 

Forbes Lithograph Mfg. Co. 181 

Devonshire, Boston. . . .leaf opp. 196 

Market Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 

back colored 



Mouldings (Wood). 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. 2 Post- 
office sq., Boston 282 

Music Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEKS IN BOSTON, ETC. 



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PAGE 

Musical Institute. 
N.E. Conservatory of Music, E.Tour- 
jee, director, Boston 284 

Needle Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Oils (Lard). 
North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston... 289 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

(Johnston's Kalsomine.) 
Hollister Geo. 35 Federal, Boston, 

line back cover 

Paper Box Manufacturers. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Paper Makers' Supplies. 

Rice, Kendall, & Co. 91 Federal, 
Boston 288 

Paper Stock. 

Rice, Kendall., & Co. 91 Federal, 
Boston - 288 

Paper Warehouses. 

Rice, Kendall, & Co. 91 Federal, 
Boston 288 

Patent Copyright and Trade 
Mark Law. 

Clarke & Raymond, 29 Pemberton 
square, Boston 284 

Patent Solicitors. 

Brown Bros. 28 School, Boston 285 

Clarke & Raymond, 29 Pemberton 
square, Boston 284 

Pictures. 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co. 181 Devon- 
shire, B oston leaf opp. 196 

Planing Mills. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. 2 Post- 
office square, Boston 282 

Pork Packers. 

North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston.... 289 

Printers (Book and Job). 

Clapp David & Son, 35 Bedford, 
Boston 283 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co., 181 Devon- 
shire, Boston leaf opp. 196 

Mudge Alfred & Son, 24 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Wright & Potter Printing Co. 18 
P. 0. square, Boston.. front colored 

Printers (Copperplate). 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co. 181 Devon- 
shire, Boston leaf opp. 196 

Printers (Lithographic.) 

Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co. 181 Devon- 
shire, Boston leaf opp. 196 

Provisions (Salt). 
North Charles H. & Co. 27 and 29 
Faneuil Hall market, Boston. . . 289 



Rivet Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co.. Wor- 
cester back colored 

Boiling Mills. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Bound Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 

back colored 



Sealing Wax. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Shingles. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. 2 Post- 
office square, Boston 282 

Shipping Tags. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Solicitors of Patents. 

Brown Bros. 28 School, Boston 285 

Clarke & Raymond, 29 Pemberton 
square, Boston 284 

Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Redding, Baird, & Co. 152 Franklin, 
Boston 285 

Steel Barb Fencing Manufs. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Steel Drill Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Steel Wire Manufacturers. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Stone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Tags. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Telegraph and Telephone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Tissue Paper. 

Dennison Mfg. Co. 21 Milk, Boston, 286 

Watch Case Manufacturers. 

Margot Bros. 23 Water, Boston 

Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Wire Manufs. and Dealers. 

Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 



GLOUCESTER 

STREET DIRECTORY. 

Giving the location of the Streets, Places, Parks, Squares, etc., and showing 
what other streets and places run from them, or across them, with the number 
at which they intersect, taken from the official records. 

From this list, the location of any number on a street can be easily ascer- 
tained; as, for instance, wishing to know at what part of Prospect Street No. 87 is 
located, you look at Prospect Street, page 20, and find that Elm Street runs from 
81, and Chestnut Street from 93, showing that 87 would come on the right, between 
Elm and Chestnut. 



ACACIA, from 50 Grove, opp. ceme- 
tery gate. 

ADAMS AVENUE, from Cambridge 
avenue. 

ADDISON, from 65 Washington to 44 
School. 

ALBION COURT, fr. 653 Washington 

ALLEN, from 110 Prospect. 
Left. Right. 

Prospect 
14 Liberty 

ANDREWS, from Washington to the 
water, Lanesville. 

ANDREWS COURT, from Essex av. 

ANGLE, from junc. Main and Western 
avenue to 17 Middle. 

ARBOR, from 56 Curve to 33 Leonard. 

ARLINGTON, from 19 Leonard to 
22 Curve. 

ASHLAND PLACE, from 208 Wash- 
ington. 

ATLANTIC, from Concord to the sea. 

ATLANTIC AVENUE, from Bass 
avenue to the beach, E. G. 

AVON COURT, from 145 East Main. 

BABSON, from Hovey to 32 Granite. 

BASS AVENUE, from 22 East Main 
to the water. 

BAY VIEW PLACE, from 152 Leon- 
ard, at Annisquam. 

BEACH COURT, fr. 19 Commercial. 

BEACH AVENUE, from Haskell, 
northerly, East Gloucester. 

BEACHMONT AVENUE, from 178 
Western avenue. 

BEACON, from 74 Washington to Cen- 
tennial avenue. 
Washington 
7 Beacon-st. school-house 
7 Wells court 
14 Winter 

31 Lookout 
34 37 Conant avenue 

Centennial avenue 

BECKFORD, from 5 Trask. 



BELLEVUE AVENUE, from Look- 
out to Centennial avenue. 
Left. Right. 

Lookout 
Conant avenue 

Centennial avenue 

BENNETT, from 595 Washington to 
Dennison. 

BLAKE COURT, from junction Has- 
kell and Hammond. 

BLYNMAN AVENUE, fr. 37 Granite 
to the river. 
Granite 
1 Granite court 
Conant avenue 
Centennial avenue 
The river 

BOND, from 155 Western avenue to 
Essex avenue. 

BORDER, from 44 Perkins to Green. 

BOULDER AVENUE, from Lexing- 
ton avenue, Magnolia. 

BRAY, from Sumner, northeasterly 
to Atlantic. 

BRAZIER COURT, from East Main, 
beyond Rocky Neck avenue. 

BRIDGE, from 136 Washington to 
Centennial avenue. 
Washington 
9 Curtis square 
10 15 Eastern railroad 
Centennial avenue 

BRIDGEWATER, from 548 Wash- 
ington to 35 Leonard. 

BRIERWOOD, from South Kilby at 
Bay View. 

BRIGHTSIDE AVENUE, from Bass 
* avenue to Beach avenue. 

BULFINCH, from 895 Washington. 

BUTMAN AVENUE, from 912 Wash- 
ington to 61 Langsford, Lanesville. 

CAMBRIDGE AVENUE, fr. Leon- 
ard to Water, Annisquam. 

CAUSEWAY, from Concord to Rust 
Island. 



GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 



17 



CEDAR, from 6 Sargent to Rust. 
Left. Might. 

Sargent 
Park 

The railroad 
12 Willow 
Rust 

CENTENNIAL AVENUE, fr. Blyn- 
man avenue to Commonwealth av. 

CENTER COURT, f r. 79 Washington. 

CENTRE, from 106 Main to 63 Middle. 

CHAPEL, from 134 East Main to Mt. 
Pleasant avenue. 
East Main 
7 Baptist Church 
27 Davis 

Point Primary school 
Mt. Pleasant avenue 

CHERRY, from 42 Poplar. 

CHESTER SQUARE, fr. 71 Leonard, 

at Annisquam. 

CHESTNUT, from 216 Main to 93 
Prospect. 

CHURCH, from 50 Middle to 25 Pros" 
pect. 
Middle 
13 Procter 
16 Pine 

25 Columbia 
Prospect 

CLARENDON, from 25 Wonson to 
Horton, Rocky Neck. 

CLAY COURT, from 123 East Main. 

CLEAVELAND, from 34 Sargent to 
Maplewood avenue. 

CLIFF AVENUE, from Lexington 
avenue, Magnolia. 

COLBURN, from Quarry, easterly to 
the quarries, Bay View. 

COLE, from Concord to the water. 

COLUMBIA, from 25 Church to 16 
School. 

COMMERCIAL, from 1 Main to Fort 
wharf. 

Main 
6 Gilbert's wharf 

23 Beach court 
43 Commercial 
opp. 51 J. O. Procter's wharf 
66 Pettengill & Cunningham's wf . 

67 Fort square 
88 Cunningham & Thompson's wf . 

89 Fort wharf 

COMMERCIAL COURT, from 43 
Commercial. 

COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, fr. 

92 Washington to Centennial av. 
Washington 
8 5 Wells 
26 23 Lookout 

Centennial avenue 

CONANT AVENUE, from Blynman 
avenue to Bellevue avenue. 
Blynman avenue 
Beacon 

Bellevue avenue 

CONCORD, from Essex ave., north- 
erly and easterly to Essex line 



COVE, from 836 Washington to the 
water. 

CROSS, from 11 Eastern avenue to 16 
East Main. 

CURTIS SQUARE, from 9 Bridge to 
144 Washington. 

CURVE, from Bridgewater, to 9 Leon- 
ard, at Annisquam. 
Left. Eight. 

Bridgewater 
22 Arlington 

56 Arbor 

Leonard 

DALE AVENUE, from 88 Middle to 
65 Prospect. 
Middle 
Warren 
City Hall 
28 Prospect 

DAVIS, from 27 Chapel to 24 Highland, 
East Gloucester. 

DECATUR, from 10 Traverse to the 
water. 

DENNIS COURT, from 150 Leonard, 
Annisquam. 

DENNISON, from 511 Washington to 
Hooper's quarry. 

DEXTER PLACE, from 2 Middle. 

DIKE, from 85 Western avenue to 
Blynman avenue. 

DUNCAN, from 187 Main to the Steam- 
boat wharf. 
Main 
27 Rogers 

( Bennett's wharf [whf . 

( McKenzie, Hardy, & Co.'s 
Locust 
81 Fears' wharf 
Battery wharf 
Parmenter, Rice, & Co.'s wf. 
133 Atlantic wharf 
146 Wharf street 

Steamboat wharf 

EASTERN AVENUE, from junction 
Main and East Main to Rockport. 
Main 
5 Cross 
32 Webster 

65 Williams court 
69 Hartz place 
183 Witham 

Rockport line 

EAST MAIN, from junction Main and 
Eastern av. to Eastern Point Light. 
Main 
16 Cross 

17 Parker 
22 Bass avenue 

31 Parker court 
39 Haskell's wharf 
55 Wall 
62 Sayward 

65 Sayward's wharf 
66 Haskell 

83 Spinney's wharf 
93 Norwood's wharf 
96 Hammond 

109 Clay Cove 
123 Clay court 
134 Chapel 

135 Montgomery place 
139 Geo. Dennis' wharf 



64 



43 



107 



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GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 





East Main St.— Continued. 


Left. L 




141 Norwood court 




145 Avon court 


154 


Highland 




169 Win. C. Wonson's wharf 


164 


Plum 




.237 J. F. Wonson's wharf 


230 


Gerring 




281 Rocky Neck avenue 




Brazier court 




325 Hawthorne 




Eastern Point Light 



ELM, from 198 Main to 81 Prospect. 
Main 
9 Webster Opera House 
16 Federal 

24 Rogers school-house 

Prospect 

EL WELL, from 58 Friend to Sadler. 
Friend 
Elwell court 

18 Mt. Vernon 

13 Sadler 

ELWELL COURT, from Elwell, 

westerly. 

EMERALD, from 857 Washington* 
Lanesville. 

ESSEX AVENUE, from Western av., 
beyond the canal, to Essex line. 

EXCHANGE, from 108 Washington 
to Bridge. 

EAYAL COURT, from 67 Friend. 

FEARS' COURT, from 156 Prospect. 

FEDERAL, fr. 21 Pleasant to 16 Elm. 

FERNDALE, from Essex avenue to 
Broadway. 

FERNWOOD LAKE AVENUE, fr. 

Essex avenue to Essex avenue. 

FERRY, from 248 Washington, west- 
erly to the river. 

FOREST, from 19 Millett to 10 Trask. 

FORT SQUARE, fr. 67 Commercial. \ 

FOSTER, fr. 72 Washington to Winter 

FRANKLIN SQUARE, fr. 36 Pleas- 
ant to Prospect. 

FREMONT, from 24 Rocky Neck av. 
to Wiley, Rocky Neck. 
Rocky Neck avenue 
10 7 Rackcliffe 
16 Wiley 

FRIEND, from 154 Prospect to 22 
Webster. 

Prospect 
21 Herrick court 
41 Sawyer school-house 
69 Roekwood place 
58 Elwell 

67 Fayal court 
Webster 

FRUIT COURT, from 29 Magnolia 
avenue, northerly. 

FULLER, from Magnolia avenue, 
Magnolia point, to the sea. 

GEE AVENUE, from opp. 425 Wash- 
ington, at Riverdale. 



GERRING, from 230 East Main to 139 
Mt. Pleasant avenue. 

GILBERT COURT, fr. 53 Mansfield. 

GOULD COURT, fr. 29 Washington. 

GRANITE, from 40 Washington to 24 

Blynman avenue. 
Left. Bight. 

Washington 
Washington square 

23 Winter 
18 Summer 



37 Blynman avenue 

GRANITE COURT, from 1 Blynman 
avenue. 

GREEN, from Border, northeasterly, 
Lookout hill. 

GROVE, fr. 125 Washington to Poplar 

Washington 
50 Acacia 

Poplar 

HAMMOND, from 96 East Main to 
Haskell. 

HAMPDEN, from 11 Hovey. 

HANCOCK, f r. 73 Middle to 26 Rogers. 

Middle 
12 4 11 Main 
Rogers 

HASKELL, from 66 East Main, across 
Mt. Pleasant avenue, to the shore. 

HARBOR VIEW COURT, fr. Wall. 

HARMONY SQUARE, from 23 Bass 
avenue. 

HARTZ PLACE, from 69 Eastern av. 

HAWTHORNE, from 325 East Main 
to the water. 

HERRICK COURT, from 336 Main 
opposite 16 Taylor. 

HESPERUS AVENUE, from Mag- 
nolia avenue to 286 Western av. 

HICKORY, from High, easterly, at 
Lanesville. 

HIGH, from 773 Washington. 

HIGHLAND, from 154 East Main to 
opposite 88 Mt. Pleasant avenue. 
East Main 
16 Highland place 

24 Davis 

27 Highland court 
32 37 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

HIGHLAND AVENUE, crossing 
Adams avenue, Annisquam. 

HIGHLAND COURT, from 27 High- 
land. 

HIGHLAND PLACE, from 16 High- 
land. 

HILLSIDE COURT, from 733 Wash- 
ington. 

HODGKINS, from 336 Washington, 
Riverdale. 

Washington 
10 Wesley 

HOLLY, from 469 Washington to Den- 
nison. 



GLOUCESTER STEEET DIRECTORY. 



19 



HORTON, from 66 Rocky Neck av. 

HOVEY, from 29 Summer to Dike. 
Left. Right. 

Summer 
Babson 
11 Hampden 
Dike 

HOWE, from 341 Main to Pew's whf . 

HUTCHINS COURT, fr. Revere st. 

IVY COURT, from 7 Locust. 

LANGSFORD, from 9 Andrews to 
"Washington, Folly Cove. 
Andrews 
19 Munsey 
29 McLellan 
61 Butman avenue 
Washington 

LAUREL, from Essex to Magnolia av. 

LEONARD, from Cambridge avenue 
to Washington, rear Universalist 
church, Annisquam. 
Cambridge avenue 

9 Curve 
19 Arlington 
26 Walnut 

27 Union court 
32 Leonard school-house 

33 Arbor 
35 Bridgewater 
71 Chester square 
84 Walnut 

150 Dennis court 

152 Bay View place 

Universalist church 
Washington 

LEVERETT, from 875 Washington to 
Edmunds avenue, P.C. 

LEWIS COURT, from Mansfield near 
Western avenue. 

LEXINGTON AVENUE, f r. Norman 
avenue, crossing Hesperus avenue, 
at Magnolia. 

LIBERTY, from opposite 7 Park to 14 
Allen. 

LINCOLN, from Essex av. to Walker. 

LINNET PLACE, from 13 Sadler. 

LINWOOD PLACE, from 743 Wash- 
ington. 

LOCUST, from 64 Duncan to 17 Water. 
Duncan 
7 Ivy court 
Water 

LOOKOUT, from 31 Beacon, crossing 
Commonwealth avenue. 
Beacon 
14 Commonwealth avenue 

MAGNOLIA AVENUE, from the 
beach, junction Hesperus avenue, 
crossing Western av. to Essex av. 

MAIN, from junc. Washington, Com- 
mercial, and Angle, to junc. East 
Main and Eastern avenue. 
2 1 Washington 
6 Gloucester Hotel 

23 Mansfield's wharf 
38 Short 

53 Boynton's wharf 
93 Porter 



Main St.— Continued. 
Left. Right. 
106 Center 

134 Hancock 

149 Belmont House 

189 Duncan 
178 Pleasant 

180 Post-office and Custom House 

198 Elm 

211 Water 
216 Chestnut 

237 Pearce 

325 Vincent 
284 Spring 

331 Pew's wharf 

341 Howe 
312 Prospect 

353 Rowe square (west) 

363 Rowe square (east) 

371 Perkins' wharf 

375 Babson's wharf 
336 Herrick court 

393 Todd's wharf 

401 S. Smith's wharf 

451 East Main 
390 Eastern avenue 

MANSFIELD, from 22 Washington 
to 41 Western avenue. 
Washington 
27 Riggs 
53 Gilbert court 
Lewis court 
Western avenue 

MAPLE, from opp. 11 Warner to 8 
Mt. Vernon. 

MAPLEWOOD AVENUE, from 103 
Washington to Poplar. 
Washington 
Stacy court 
Oak Grove cemetery 

23 Cleaveland 
48 Grove 

Poplar 

MARBLE, from 146 Mt. Pleasant av. 
to the shore. 

MARCH ANT, from 8 Spring to 117 
Prospect. 

MARSH, from 230 Washington to the 
river. 

MASON, from 7 School to 57 Prospect. 
School 
5 High school-house 
18 Mason court 

Prospect 

MASON COURT, from 18 Mason. 

MASON SQUARE, from 4 Woodbury 
to Washington. 

McLELLAN, from 890 Washington to 
29 Langsford. 

MECHANIC PLACE, fr. 678 Wash- 
ington. 

MIDDLE, from 29 Western avenue to 
14 Pleasant. 
Western avenue 
2 Dexter place 

17 Angle 
Washington 
48 St John's Episcopal Church 

50 Independent Christian Univer- 

salist Church 
50 Church street 

39 Short 
76 Evan. Cong. Church 



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GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 



Middle St. — Continued. 
Left. Right. 
76 School 

63 Centre 
Unitarian Church 

88 Sawyer Free Library 

73 Hancock 
88 Dale avenue 

JMeasant 

MILLETT, from 7 Sargent. 
Sargent 
11 Warner 
19 Forest 
27 Summit 

MONTGOMERY PLACE, from 135 
East Main. 

MT. "LOCUST AVENUE, from 744 

Washington. 

MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, from 
63 Haskell to 242 East Main. 
Haskell 
10 Page 

42 Story 

65 Chapel 
88 Highland 

129 Mt. Pleasant court 
139 Gerring 
146 Marble 

East Main 

MT. PLEASANT COURT, from 129 
Mt. Pleasant avenue. 

MT. VERNON, from 126 Prospect to 
Sadler. 

Prospect 
8 Maple 

12 Oak 

13 Mt. Vernon primary school 
48 43 Perkins 
Sadler 

MUNSEY, from 858 Washington to 19 

Langsford. 

MYRTLE, from 8 Stacy court. 

NEWTON AVENUE, fr. Lexington 
avenue to Magnolia avenue. 

NORMAN AVENUE, from Fuller to 
the water, Magnolia point. 

NORTH KILBY, fr. 701 Washington. 

NORWOOD COURT, from 141 East 
Main to the water. 

OAK, fr. 19 Warner to 12 Mt. Vernon. 

OCEAN AVENUE, from Beach av., 
westerly, round the shore. 

ORCHARD, from 54 Washington to 
Granite court. 
Washington 
16 Winter 
36 Granite court 

PAGE, from 10 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
to the shore. 

PARK, from 74 Prospect to the rail- 
road. 

Prospect 
7 Liberty 
St. Anne R. C. Church 

Smith 

28 Babson school-house 

32 33 Shepherd 
52 Cedar 

The railroad 



PARKER, from 17 East Main, by 
Shute & Merchant's wharf, to 65 
East Main. 

PARKER COURT, from 31 East 
Main, westerly and southerly. 

PARSONS, from 159 Main to Rogers. 

PEARCE, from 237 Main to 50 Wharf. 

PEARL, from 73 Washington to 50 
School. 

PERKINS, from 15 Staten over Look- 
out Hill. 
Left. Right. 

Staten 
34 35 Mt. Vernon 
46 Border 

Lookout Hill 

PINE, fr. 47 Washington to 16 Church. 

PLEASANT, from 178 Main to 79 
Prospect. 
Main 
9 Webster House 
14 Middle 

18 First Baptist Church 

20 Warren 

21 Federal 
36 Franklin square 

40 41 Prospect 

PLEASURE POINT, junc. Camb- 
ridge av. and Leonard, Annisquam. 

PLUM, from 164 East Main to High- 
land court. 

PLUM COURT, from 730 Washington. 

POND, from 35 High, at Lanesville. 

POPLAR, fr. 205 Washington, across 
Maplewood avenue. 
Washington 
42 Cherry 
Maplewood avenue 

PORTER, from 93 Main to Rogers. 

PROCTER, from 13 Church to School* 

PROSPECT, from 55 Washington to 
314 Main. 

Washington 
25 Church 
14—26 High-street cemetery 

31 Collins school-house 
34 35 School 
46 Tremont 

57 Mason 
65 Dale avenue 
Franklin square 
Pleasant 
74 Park 

80 Prospect-st. M. E. church 

81 Elm 
93 Chestnut 
104 Prospect court 

101 Prospect square 
110 Allen 

105 Prospect square 
109 Winchester court 
116 Warner 

126 Mt. Vernon 

117 Marchant 
146 Taylor 

154 Friend 

145 Spring 
156 Fears' court 

Main 

PROSPECT COURT, fr. 104 Prospect 



GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 



21 



PROSPECT SQUARE, from 101 to 
105 Prospect. 

QUARRY, from 677 Washington to the 

quarries, Bay View. 
KACKLIFFE, from 8 Wonson across 

Fremont. 
Left. Right. 

Wonson 
8 7 Fremont 
RAILROAD AVENUE, from Tre- 
mont to 89 Washington. 

REVERE, from 611 Washington to 

Old Rockport road. 
REYNARD, from 351 Washington, 

near grist mill, to Cherry. 

RIGGS, from 27 Mansfield to Summer. 
RIVERDAEE PEACE, from 349 

Washington, Riverdale. 
ROBERTS COURT, from Bray. 
ROCKWOOD PEACE, fr. 59 Friend. 

ROCKY NECK AVENUE, from 281 
East Main to ferry landing wharf. 
East Main 
24 Fremont 

26 Wonson 

66 Horton 

Ferry landing 

ROGERS, from 8 Porter to 7 Water. 
Porter 
11 Steele's wharf 
13 Geo. Clark & Co.'s wharf 
23 Somes' wharf 
26 Hancock 

37 I). G. Allen's wharf 
Parsons 

Duncan 
69 Water 
ROWE SQUARE, (east) fr. 363 Main. 
ROWE SQUARE, (west) fr. 353 Main. 
RUST, from Cedar, northerly. 

SADEER, fr. 13 Elwell to 32 Wehster. 

13 Linnet place 
26 25 Webster 

SANDERSON COURT, fr. 708 Wash- 
ington. 

SAN SOUCI SQUARE, changed to 

Harmony square. 
SARGENT, from 1 Shepherd. 
Shepherd 
6 Cedar 

7 Millett 
34 Cleaveland 

SAUNDERS COURT, from 839 Wash- 
ington. 

SAYWARD, from 62 East Main to 
Bass avenue. 

SCHOOE, from 76 Middle to the rail- 
road. 

Middle 
Steamers 1 and 2 

7 Mason 
0. Procter 
16* Columbia 
Prospect 
44 Addison 

50 Pearl 

The railroad 



SHEPHERD, from 2 Sargent to 19 

Tremont. 
Left. Right. 

Sargent 
12 9 Park 

15 Willow 
26 23 Tremont 

SHORE AVENUE, from Hesperus 
avenue, Magnolia. 

SHORT, from 38 Main to 39 Middle. 

SMITH, from 7 Tremont to 20 Park. 

SOUTH KIEBY, from 657Washington 
to Quarry. 

SPRING, f r. 284 Main to 145 Prospect. 
Main 
8 Marchant 

18 Spring court 

Prospect 

SPRING COURT, from 18 Spring. 

STACY COURT, from 9 Maplewood 
avenue. 

STAGE FORT AVENUE, from 138 
Western avenue. 

STANWOOD, from 445 Washington 
to Gee avenue. 

STANWCOD AVENUE, from Essex 
avenue, across the railroad north, 
West Gloucester. 

STATEN, from 10 Taylor to Perkins. 

STONE COURT, fr. 126 Washington. 

STORY, from 42 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
to the shore. 

SUMMER, from 18 Granite to Hovey. 
Granite 
Riggs 

Hovey 

SUMMIT, from 27 Millett to 12 Trask. 

SUMNER, from Essex avenue to Con- 
cord, West Gloucester. 

TAYEOR, from 146 Prospect. 

Prospect 
10 Staten 

21 Herrick court 

TERRACE, from 3 Clarendon. 

TRASK, from 39 Warner to Summit. 
Warner 
5 Beckford 
8 Forest 

12 Summit 

TRAVERSE, from Haskell to Beach 
avenue. 

TREMONT, from 46 Prospect to the 
railroad. 

Prospect 
Railroad avenue 
E. R. R. freight depot 
Smith 
19 Shepherd 
The railroad 

TUCKER, from 821 Washington to 
High. 

UNION COURT, from 27 Leonard, at 
Annisquam. 

VAEE COURT, from 648 Washington 
Bay View. 



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GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 



VINCENT, from 325 Main to Vincent's 
Point. 

VULCAN, from Emerald, Lanesville. 
VINE, from 476 Washington. 

WALKER, from Sumner to Concord, 
near Essex line, W. G. 

WALKER COURT, from Walker, 
West Gloucester. 

WALL, from 55 East Main. 
"WALLACE COURT, from Magnolia 
avenue. 

WALNUT, f r. 26 Leonard to 84 Leon- 
ard, Annisquam. 

WARNER, from 116 Prospect to 13 

Millett. 
Left. Right. 

Prospect 
17 Maple 
19 Oak 
39 Trask 
Millett 

WARREN, from Dale avenue to 20 
Pleasant. 

1 Dale avenue 
City Hall 

10 Pleasant 

WASHINGTON, from Main at Glou- 
cester Hotel to Rockport line. 
Main 
1 Gloucester Hotel 
8 Forbes Primary school-house 

13 Middle 
22 Mansfield 

29 Washington-st. school-house 
29 Gould's court 
36 Washington square 

38 Granite 

44 Chemical Engine No. 1 

54 Orchard 

47 Pine 
55 Prospect 
72 Foster 

65 Addison 
76 Beacon 

73 Pearl 
92 Commonwealth avenue 

79 Center court 
89 Railroad avenue 
108 Exchange 

110 91 Eastern railroad 
103 Maplewood avenue 
121 Oak Grove cemetery 
125 Grove 
126 Stone court 

136 Bridge 

144 Curtis square 

205 Poplar 
208 Aehland place 

228 Marsh 

248 Ferry 

280 Wheeler 

336 Hodgkins 

349 Riverdale place 
361 Reynard 
380 M. E. church 

425 Gee avenue 
445 Stan wood 
469 Holly 
476 Vine 

511 Dennison 
548 Bridgewater 

595 Bennett 
Leonard 

611 Revere 



Washington St.— Continued. 
Left. Right. 
648 Vale court 

653 Albion court 

657 South Kilby 

677 Quarry 
678 Mechanic place 

701 North Kilby 
708 Sanderson court 

730 Plum court 

737 Hillside court 
744 Mt. Locust place 

773 High 

795 Young avenue 

821 Tucker 
836 Cove 

842 Andrews 

839 Saunders court 
Bay View M. E. Church 

858 Munsey 

857 Emerald 

875 Leverett 
890 McLellan 

895 Bulfinch 
912 Butman avenue 

Langsford 

Woodbury 
Rockport line 

WASHINGTON SQUARE, from 36 
Washington to Granite. 

WATER, from 211 Main to 42 Wharf. 
i Main 

7 Rogers 
17 Locust 

Wharf street 

WEBSTER, from 32 Eastern avenue 
to Sadler. 

Eastern avenue 
22 Friend 

32 Sadler 

WELLS, from 9 Beacon, crossing Com- 
monwealth avenue. 

WESLEY, f r. 10 Hodgkins to Wheeler. 

WESTERN AVENUE, from junction 
Main, Washington, and Angle sts., 
westerly to Manchester line. 
29 Middle 
41 Mansfield 
85 Dike 

Essex avenue 
138 Stage Fort avenue 

155 Bond 
164 Washington cemetery 

178 Beachmont avenue 

199 School-house 

286 Hesperus avenue 

416 413 Magnolia avenue 

Manchester line 

WHARF STREET, from 146 Duncan 
to Pearce. 
Duncan 
jo | Dodd's wharf 

\ Burnham Bros, railway whf. 
oi \ Walen's wharf 
01 ) J. Friend's wharf 
42 Water 

50 Pearce 

WHEELER, from 280 Washington to 
Wheeler's Point. 

WHITTEMORE, from Curtis square 
to Annisquam river, at Cape Ann 
Anchor Works. 

WILEY, from 16 Fremont, southerly, 
Rocky Neck. 



GLOUCESTER STREET DIRECTORY. 



23 



WILLIAMS COURT, fr.65 Eastern 
avenue. 

WILLOW, from 17 Shepherd across 
the railroad. 

WINCHESTER COURT, from 109 

Prospect to 6 Spring. 

WINTER, fr. 23 Granite to 14 Beacon. 
Left. Right. 

Granite 

8 7 Orchard 
Foster 

Beacon 

WITHAM, from 183 Eastern avenue 
to the beach. 



WONSON, from 28 Rocky Neck avenue 

to Clarendon, Rocky Neck. 
Left. Right. 

Rocky Neck avenue 
8 Rackliffe 

25 ^Clarendon 

WOODBURY, from opp. 956 Wash- 
ington, at Folly Cove, to Edmunds 
avenue. 

WOODMAN, from Essex avenue. 

WOODWARD AVENUE, fr. Stan- 
wood avenue to Essex avenue. 

YOUNG AVENUE, from 795 Wash- 
ington, across High. 



WHARVES. 



Allen's Benjamin F.,Five Pound Island. 
Allen's David G., from 37 Rogers. 
Atlantic, from 133 Duncan. 
Babson's, from 375 Main. 
Barrett's, from foot of Parker. 
Battery, from 107 Duncan. 
Bennett's, from 43 Duncan. 
Boynton's, from 53 Main. 
Bradford's, from 21 Fort square. 
Burnham Bros.' Railway, fr. 13 Wharf. 
Clark's, from 13 Rogers. 
Clay Cove, from 109 East Main. 
Cunningbam & Thompson's, 88 Com- 
mercial. 
Dennis' George, from 139 East Main. 
Dennis & Ayer's, foot of Pearce. 
Dodd's, from 13 Wharf. 
Duncan's Point, foot of Duncan. 
Fears', from 81 Duncan. 
Fort, end of Commercial. 
Friend's J., foot of Water. 
Gilbert's, from 6 Commercial. 
Haskell's, from 95 East Main. 
Lane Samuel & Bro.'s, Vincent's Point. 
Leigbton & Co.'s, foot of Pearce. 
Low's Benjamin, foot of Pearce. 
Mansfield's, from 23 Main. [Duncan. 
McKenzie, Hardy, & Co.'s, from 43 



Norwood's, from 93 East Main. 
Parkhurst's Charles, from 131 Duncan. 
Parmenter, Rice, & Co.'s, fr.107 Duncan. 
Parsons', from 159 East Main. 
Perkins', from 371 Main. 
Pettengill & Cunningham's, from 66 

Commercial. 
Pew's, from 331 Main. 
Porter's, from foot of Porter. 
Procter's Joseph O. from opposite 51 

Commercial. 
Rowe & Jordan's, from 363 Main. 
Sayward's, from 65 East Main. 
Shute & Merchant's, head of tbe harbor. 
Smith's Sylvanus, from 401 Main. 
Somes', from 23 Rogers. 
Spinney's, from 83 East Main. 
Steamboat wharf, from foot of Duncan. 
Steele's, from 11 Rogers. 
Tarr James G. & Bro.'s, Rocky Neck. 
Todd's, from 393 Main . 
Walen's, Leonard, Rocky Neck. 
Walen M. & Sons', foot of Water. 
Wonson's John F. from 237 East Main. 
Wonson's William C. from 169 E. Main. 
Wonson William H. & Son's, head of 

the harbor, East Gloucester. 



HALLS, BLOCKS, AND BUILDINGS. 



Bergengren Block, 128 to 134 Main. 

Burnbam's Block, 177 to 183 Main. 

Center's Block, 115 to 121 Main. 

City Hall, Dale avenue and Warren st. 

G. A. R. Hall, 171 Main. 

Garland's Block, Main, cor. Pleasant. 

Gloucester National Bank Building, 

Main, corner Duncan. 
Good Templars Hall, 815 Washington. 
Independent Hall, 175 East Main, E. G. 
Low's Block, Main, corner Duncan. 
Magnolia Hall, 396 Western avenue. 
Masonic Hall, Gloucester Nat. Bank 

Building. 
Masonic Hall, 175 East Main, E. G. 
Mechanic Hall 38 Leonard, Annisquam. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 91 Main. 



Phenix Block, 6 to 14 Duncan. 
Procter's Building, Main, cor. Centre. 
Pythian Hall, 824 Washington. 
Rogers' Block, from 107 to 113 Main. 
Rogers' Hall, Rogers' Block, 111 Main. 
Sawyer Block, 95 to 101 Main 
Scientific Hall, City National Bank 

Building, 195 Main. 
Sinclair's Block, Duncan, cor. Rogers. 
Tappan Block, 112 to 116 Main. 
Temple of Honor Hall, Burnham's Blk. 
Temple of Honor Hall, 177 East Main, 

East Gloucester. 
Tibbets' Block, 98 to 106 Main. 
Village Hall, 828 Washington. 
Webster Block, 124 and 126 Main. 



24 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



BOUNDARIES OF WARDS. 



Ward 1. Commencing at a point at Andrew Parker's wharf, running north 
to Main street, thence through the centre of Main street easterly through Bass 
avenue to the sea, including all that portion of the city now known as East 
Gloucester, together with all the islands in the harhor. 

"Ward 2. Commencing at a point at the head of Vincent's Cove, through 
the centre of Vincent, Spring, Marchant and Mt. Vernon streets to a point near 
the Mt. Vernon school-house, thence north twenty-three degrees east to the line 
of the Eastern Railroad, thence hy said railroad easterly to the Rockport line, 
thence hy the Rockport line to the sea, thence hy the seashore and centre of 
Bass avenue to the northerly bound of Ward One, thence by the sea to the place 
of beginning. 

Ward 3. Commencing at a point at the head of Vincent's Cove, through 
the centre of Vincent, Spring, Marchant and Mt. Vernon streets to a point near 
the Mt. Vernon school-house, thence north twenty-three degrees east to the line 
of the Eastern Railroad, thence by said railroad westerly to its junction with 
Park street, thence through the centre of Park, Pleasant and Duncan streets, 
and by the eastern side of the Gas Company^ wharf to the harbor, thence by 
the shore line to the place of beginning. 

Ward 4. Commencing at a point at the Town Landing, running northerly 
through the centre of Washington to its junction with Prospect street, thence 
through the centre of Prospect and School streets to the line of the Eastern 
Railroad, thence by said railroad easterly to its junction with Park street, thence 
through the centre of Park, Pleasant and Duncan streets to the sea, thence by 
the shore line to the place of beginning. 

Ward 5, Commencing at a point at the Town Landing, running northerly 
through the centre of Washington street to its junction with High street, thence 
through the centre of Prospect and School streets to the line of the Eastern 
Railroad, thence westerly by said railroad to the channel of Annisquam River, 
thence by said river and canal to the sea, then following the shore line to the 
place of beginning. 

Ward 6. Commencing at a point on the Rockport line due east from the 
north end of Lobster Cove bridge, running westerly by said line and bridge to 
the channel of Lobster Cove, thence easterly by said channel to a point at the 
head of said cove, thence running north twenty-two degrees west to the sea, 
thence by the shore and the channel of Annisquam River to the line of the 
Eastern Railroad, thence by said railroad easterly to the Rockport line, thence 
by said Rockport line to the place of beginning. 

Ward 7. Commencing at a point due east from the south end of Lobster 
Cove bridge, running westerly by said line and bridge to the channel of Lobster 
Cove, thence easterly by said channel to a point at the head of said Cove, thence 
running north twenty-two degrees west to the sea, thence by the shore easterly 
to the Rockport line at Folly Cove, thence southerly by said line to the place of 
beginning. 

Ward 8. All that portion lying west of the canal and the channel of Ann is. 
quam River, including the islands in said river. 



GLOUCESTER 

GENERAL DIRECTORY. 



Abbreviations.— st., street; pi., place; ct.. court ; sq., square ; la., lane; 
b. or bds., boards; blk., block; h., bouse; cor cor., corner; av., avenue; n., near, 
r., rear; fr., from; opp., opposite; bet., between; bey., beyond; bldg., building ; 
E. G., East Gloucester; W. G., West Gloucester. After tbe name of tbe street 
the word " street" is omitted. 

ABBOTT EBEN G. Mrs. house 105 Eastern avenue 

Abbott Eben G. painter, Dodd's wharf, house afrRockport 

Abbott James F. fisherman, house 22 Taylor 

Abbott Mary A. Mrs. house 105 Eastern avenue 

Aborn J. G. summer residence, Cliff av. cor. Lexington av. 

Magnolia 
Ackinson Melvin, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Adams Benjamin, Magnolia av., died July 18, 1884 
Adams Benjamin, laborer, house 56 Eastern avenue 
Adams Benjamin, jr. boards 56 Eastern avenue 
Adams Charles F. fisherman, house 12 Cross 

ADAMS ELLIOTT, photographer (instantaneous pro- 
cess), 120 Main, house 52 Western av. (see outside 
back cover) 
Adams George, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
/ Adams Harriet, widow, house 14 Allen 

Adams Henrietta, widow of George W. house 17 Dike 

Adams Howard L. laborer, house 17 Dike 

Adams Isaac, physician, summer residence, Cambridge av. 

Adams James B. laborer, house 35 Eastern avenue 

Adams James E. driver, house 23 East Main 

Adams Joseph W. house 295 Western avenue 

Adams Maria, widow of Benjamin, house Magnolia av. 

cor. Hesperus avenue 
Adams Nathan A. (Gaffney & Adams), 53 Wash. h. 4 Oak 
Adams Nehemiah, house 142 Eastern avenue 
Adams Robert, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
Adams Samuel W. painter, house 10 Munsey /\ . 
Adams S. Walter, retmrredrto Providence, R.I. 
Adams William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Adams William, stonecutter, house 18 Pearl 
Ahern Alice, widow, house 79 Perkins 
Ahern John, quarryman, house Emerald street 
Ahern Patrick, stonecutter, house 900 Washington 
Ahlberg Otto R. E. constable, boards 6 Howe 
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Aiken David, removed to San Gabriel, Cal. 
^ Aiken John, mariner, house 9 Summit 

Albee Frank S. fisherman, boards 45 East Main 
>»Albee Parker Bishop, carpenter, house 45 East Main 
' Albee Samuel, removed to East Douglass 
Albion Otis, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
~-- Alderman Merit P. sewing machines, 19 Main, house^lOQ 
Washington x 

Alexander Alvin, fisherman, boards 25 Washington 
>^ Allen Addison, sailmaker, house 10 Warner 
' ,Allen Benjamin F. & Co. fisheries, Five Pound Island, 
office Allen & Stanwood's sail loft, house 6 Warner 
Allen Benjamin G. fisherman, house 4 Cross 
Allen Charles A. stonecutter, house 1 Curtis square 
Allen Charles C. fisherman, house 11 Rackliffe 
y Allen Daniel, house 12 Friend 
' Allen {Daniel, jr.) & Stanwood (/. E.), sailmakers, Walen 
/ & Co.'s wharf, house 10 Friend 

Allen David G. lumber, 33 Rogers, house 11 Procter 
s. Allen Edgar, travelling agent, house 20 Beacon 
/ Allen Frank D. saloon, 35 Rogers, house 15 Procter 

y Allen Frank E. clerk, house 19 Chestnut 
/. Allen Frederick, dry and fancy goods, 110 Main, house 36 
/ Washington square 

Allen Gardner, mason, boards 435 Washington 
Allen George C. tinsmith, boards 44 Mansfield 
Allen George K. fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 
Allen Horatio M. laborer, house 435 Washington 
/ Allen James D. house 5 Beacon 

, Allen James M. letter carrier, house 10 Columbia 
Allen Joel, driver, Parsons, cor. Rogers, h. 32 Grove 
Allen John L. farmer, House 6 Stone court 
Allen Joseph E. printer, boards 16 Summer 
• Allen Joseph F. millinery, 61 Main, house 16 Summer 
/ Allen J. Sidney (McKenzie, Hardy, & Co.), 41 Rogers, 
house 11 Allen [Wheeler 

^ Allen Leonard F. carriage painter, 6 Commercial, house 92 
Allen Mark L. carpenter, house 351 Washington 
Allen Martha, widow, house 435 Washington 
Allen Michael, fisherman, house 18 Perkins 
s Allen Nathaniel E. blacksmith, Porter's wharf, house 410 
Washington 
Allen Solomon, house 44 Mansfield 
Allen Thomas J. quarryman, house 936 Washington 
Allen William, foreman, 1 Commercial, boards 3 do. 
Allen William, quarryman, house 651 Washington 
Allen William L. quarryman, house rear 639 Washington 
/ Allerton Louisa, widow, house 49 East Main 

Alles William H. music teacher, boards 1 School 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 27 

Almeda Domingues, fisherman, house 8 Elwell court 
• Almeda Mary Ellen Mrs. house 39| Park 
Alphen William, laborer, house 10 Williams court 
Amazeen Christopher, foreman stonecutter, h. 4 Hickory 
Amero George A. teamster, house 50 Friend 
Amero Jesse, farmer, house 127 Eastern avenue 
Amero Lewis, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Amero Plecide, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Andale Edward, fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Anderson Andrew, fisherman, house 116 Prospect 
Anderson Andrew, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Anderson Ann, widow, house 77 Washington 
Anderson Annie 0. widow, house 191 East Main 
Anderson A. C. boards Gloucester Hotel 
Anderson Catharine, widow, house 107 East Main 
f Anderson Catharine, widow of Thomas, house 10 Wharf 
•Anderson Charles, cooper, house 64 Washington 
Anderson Charles, fisherman, house 32 Haskell 
Anderson Charles, fisherman, house 336 Main 
Anderson Charles, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Anderson Charles, fisherman, boards 45 Washington 
H Anderson Charles F. master mariner, house 34 Mt. Vernon 
Anderson Christopher, fisherman, boards 4 Clay court 
Anderson Edward, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Anderson Elling, fisherman, house 91 Prospect 
Anderson Frederick, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Anderson Gustaf, fisherman, house 25 Fort square 
Anderson Henry, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Anderson James L. prop. Anderson House, 28 Friend 
Anderson Jans Peter, steward, "City of Gloucester," house 

25 Mt. Vernon 
Anderson John, fisherman, house rear 4 Cross 
Anderson John, fisherman, boards 45 Washington 
Anderson John, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Anderson John, laborer, boards 23 Liberty 
Anderson John, house 334 Main 

, A NDERSON JOHN, oil clothing, etc. 290 Main, house 
A 43 Mt. Vernon (see page. 268) 
Anderson John A. fisherman, boards 17 Pearl 
Anderson John A. anchor maker, h. foot of Whittemore 
Anderson John E. clerk, 129 Main, boards 9 Angle 
Anderson John M. master mariner, house 9 Angle 
Anderson John S. laborer, house 5 Davis 
L- Anderson Margaret, widow of Charles J. house 25 Chapel 
Anderson Nicholas, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Anderson Nils, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Anderson Peter, fisherman, house rear 350 Main 
Anderson Peter, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Anderson Peter, fisherman, boards 18 Water 



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Anderson Stephen, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Anderson William, house 104 East Main 
Anderson William R. blacksmith, h. Washington, c. Revere 
Anderton Bernard, peddler, boards, 3 Curtis square 
Anderton John, dry goods peddler, house 3 Curtis square 
Anderton Roderick, printer, boards 3 Curtis square 
/* Andrews Abby L. widow of Joseph L. house 1 Langsford 
^ A NDREWS ALBERT C. cigars, etc. 77 Main, house 
f\ 18 Western avenue (see front colored page) 
Andrews Amos S. farmer, bds. 26 Bray, West Gloucester 
, Andrews Asa G-. clerk, Charles Parkhurst & Son, house 9 
Chestnut 
Andrews Augustin, boards 57 Middle 

Andrews Ephraim R. boards 35 Sumner, West Gloucester 
Andrews Frederick S. (Lynn) house 181 East Main 
...,.-- Andrews H. N. & Co. (William H. Dennen), shipwrights, 
46 Duncan, house 1 Commonwealth avenue 

ANDREWS IRA, prop. Holly Tree Inn, 181 Main, 
house do. (see page 279) 
Andrews Ira, jr. printer, 110 Main, house 23 Washington 
Andrews Jacob R. farmer, house 35 Sumner, W. G. 
, Andrews James B. carpenter, house 12 Taylor 
Andrews Joseph H. (Andrews & Go.), 39 Rogers, house 

983 Washington 
Andrews Joseph W. farmer, house 21 Sumner, W. G. 
^Andrews L. G. Miss, milliner, 30 Elm, boards do. 
Andrews Malachi, stonecutter, house 3 Plum court 
Andrews Malachi, farmer, house 256 Concord, W. G. 
Andrews Moses, stonecutter, house 31 Langsford 
. A NDREWS MOSES L. mast and spar maker, 5 
J\_ Rogers, house 57 Middle (see page 268) 
Andrews Oscar (Andrews & Go.), 39 Rogers, house 7 

Prospect square 
Andrews Perley, machine operator, house 30 Elm 
, Andrews Perley Mrs. dressmaker, house 30 Elm 
Andrews Stephen, died June 27, 1884 
Andrews S. B. Rev. removed to Florida [Exchange 

Andrews Walter II. sparmaker, 5 Rogers, house rear 4 
Andrews Washington, carpenter, 281 Concord, h. at W. G. 
Andrews & Co. (J. H. and Oscar Andrews), fishery, 39 

Rogers 
Annalaw Adolphus, fisherman, house 99 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Annis Edward B. ship carpenter, house 9 Plum 
Annisquam Granite Co. at Annisquam 
Anstess Joseph, rigger, house 1 Myrtle 
Appleyard Fred, clerk, 122 Main, bds. 64 Blynmann av. 
Archie Alexander, stonecutter, house end of Dennison 
Arey Joshua W. fisherman, house 58 Maplewood avenue 
Arlington William H. 6 Locust, house at Rockport 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 29 

Armstrong Jessie, widow, house 2 Fort square 
• Armstrong William B. fisherman, h. 8 Avon court, E. G. 
Arnold Edward P. fisherman, boards 15 Pearl 
Arnold John J. fisherman, boards 15 Pearl 
Arnold Margaret, widow, house 15 Pearl 
Arnold William P. fisherman, boards 15 Pearl 
Arthurs John, fisherman, boards 10 Addison 
• Arvenor Antoine, fisherman, house 5 Elwell court 
Ashley Asa, fisherman, house IT Laurel, West Gloucester 
Ashley Henry P. blacksmith, 19 Commercial, h. 7 Beach ct. 
/ Astrum Augustus, fisherman, house 12 Smith 

. Atkins Charlotte, widow, house 58 Washington 
wT Atkins Judith Miss, house 5 Granite 

^Atkinson John, house 61 Western avenue 
^r Atkinson Judahjifisherman, board s 11 Eastern avenue 
Atkinson William, fisherman, boards rear 4 Cross 
Atlantic Halibut Co,, Atlantic wharf, foot of Duncan 
Atwood Benjamin P. laborer, house 7 Rowe square (West) 
Atwood Joshua, fisherman, house 397 Main 
Austin Arthur E. correspondent Boston Advertiser, 108 

Main 
Austin Charles, fisherman, house 16 Vincent 
Austin James, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 
Austin William, fisherman, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Austin William, painter, removed to Hamilton 
^--Averill Hiram Mrs. house 24 Hammond 
Averill John C. fisherman, house 15 School 
Ayer George, fisherman, house 3 Page 
y Ayer James S. (Dennis & Ayer), 52 Wharf, corner Pearce, 
house 21 Prospect square 
Ayers Clifton, fisherman, boards 321 Main 

BABCOCK WILLARD, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Babson Abram, 4ied March 16, 1884 , ; [2 Liberty 

^ Babson Albert P, bookkeeper, Stanwood & Co.'s, house 
s Babson Amanda Mrs. millinery, 72 Main, house do. 
^Babson Charles, grocer, 14 Main, house 12 Middle 
^Babson Charles, seinemaker, house 50 Eastern avenue 
^> Babson Daniel T. painter, house 120 Washington 
^ Babson Daniel T. jr. bookkeeper, Gloucester National Bank, 
house 100 Prospect 
Babson D. C. & H. fisheries, 375 Main, h. at Pigeon Cove 
^Babson Edward, boots and shoes, 74 Main, house 6 Wesley 
-^Babson Fitz J. collector of customs, Custom House, house 
49 Western avenue 

BABSON FITZ J. Jr. lumber etc. 275 Main, house 
122 Washington (see page 276) 
Babson George L. died Feb. 21, 1884 
--Babson Gustavus, house 199 Washington, , 



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30 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Babson Hannah S. and Fannie G. Misses, h. 40 Granite 
Babson Horatio (D. G. & H. Babson), 375 Main, house 

21 Summer [Washington 

Babson Isabel D. Miss, teaeher, Collins grammar, bds. 120 
Babson John J. house 179 Eastern avenue, near Witham 
Babson John J. jr. produce commission, 11 Hancock, bds. 

179 Eastern avenue 
Babson John L. grocer, 328 Washington, h. 6 Hodgkins 
Babson Joseph, sailmaker, house 120 Washington 
Babson Luther D. clerk, boards 120 Washington 
Babson Moses S. clerk, 14 Main, boards 12 Middle 

BABSON NATHANIEL & CO. dry goods, 117 Main, 
house 58 Middle (see page 274) 
Babson Osman, farmer, house 285 Washington 
Babson Robert T. boards 6 Franklin square 
Babson Rosella, widow of Abram, house 50 Eastern av. 
Babson Waldo, clerk, boards 12 Middle 
Babson Walter C. carpenter, house 100 Washington 
Babson William, house 67 Middle 
Babson William, cashier, Gloucester National Bank, house 

6 Franklin square [Hotel 

Bacheler Albert W. principal, High school, bds. Pavilion 
Back Andrew, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Bacon Harvey H. mason, house 17 Leonard 
Bacon Jacob, house 18 Granite, cor. Summer 
Bacon Major J. removed to Belmont 
Bagley Frank E. stonecutter, house 46 Concord, W. G. 
Bagwell William, quarryman, house 642 Washington 
Bailey George G. keeper Eastern Point light, house do. 
Bailey George T. fisherman, house 42 School 
Bailey Joseph, house 29 Langsford 
Bailey Lewis, rigger, house 34 Orchard 
Bailey Thomas, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Bakeman Willis E. fruit, 98 East Main, h. 22 Hammond 
Baker Allen W. clerk, Allen & Stanwood's, bds. 10 Friend 
Baker Benjamin A. commission merchant, Low's block, 

house 36 Pleasant 
Baker Benjamin 0. boards 36 Pleasant 
Baker Charles O. fisherman, house 9 Harmony square 
Baker James, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Baker Richard, fisherman, house 32 Granite 
Baker Walter H. laborer, boards 9 Harmony square 
Baker Watson, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Ball Charles D. salesman, house 129 Washington 
Ball Edward, clerk, boards 49 Warner 
Ball John W. fisherman, house 139 East Main 
Ballou A. A. Miss, teacher, High school, bds. 5 Procter 
Banks Jason, fisherman, house 3 Hammond 
Barber Betsey, widow, house 115 Washington 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 31 

^~ Barber Edward, painter, house 139 East Main 

Barbour Charles E. quarryman, house 167 Washington 

Barbour Simon S. fisherman, boards 20 Locust 

Bareau Charles, fisherman, boards 51 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Bargeson B. A. Mrs. house rear 350 Main 

Barker Bros. (Henry and George), contractors for granite, 

817 Washington 
Barker Fred A. clerk, 134 Main, boards Webster House 
Barker George (Barker Bros.), at Lanesville, h. 817 Wash. 
Barker Henry (Barker Bros.), at Lanesville, h. at Quincy 
y Barker Henry A. clerk, Barker Brothers', at Lanesville, 

' house 43 High 

Barker Irvin R. clerk, 134 Main, bds. 76 Washington 
.T>ARNARD GEORGE K. carriagemaker, 6 Commercial, 
J3 house '29 Chestnut (see page 270) 
Barnard, see also Bernard 

Barner Charles, fisherman, house 141 East Main 
Barnes Abner T. fisherman, boards 136 East Main 
Barnes Bethia, widow, house 136»East Main 
Barnes George, laborer, house 15 Williams court 
Barnes Louis L. fisherman, boards 136 East Main 
Barries Thomas G. fisherman, boards 136 East Main 
Barnes Walter C. fisherman, boards 136 East Main 
Barr Simeon, fisherman, house 25 Haskell 
Barrack Barbara, widow, boards 15 Millett 
Barrett Albert F. police, Rogers' block, house 21 Orchard 
Barrett Charles F. clerk, 50 School, boards do. 
Barrett Charles P. house 146 Western avenue 
Barrett George 0. painter, boards 146 Western avenue 
Barrett Jacob, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Barrett James, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Barrett John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Barrett Michael, fisherman, boards 10 Pine [land 

arrett Moses, fish dealer, Barrett's wharf, h. 24 High- 
Barrett Sarah, widow, house 146 Western avenue 
Barrett William S. house 5 Bond [Hotel 

Barrington Frederick B. gardener, 9 Procter, b. Gloucester 
Barron John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Barron Martin, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Barry Hannah Miss, house 13 North Kilby 
/Barry James, plumber, 278 Main, house 33 Friend 
Barry Richard, stonecutter, house 644 Washington 
Barry Richard, quarryman, house 97 High 
Barry Thomas, paving cutter, house 642 Washington 
Barry William J. saloon, 2 and 6 Rogers, house at Salem 
Barter Albert, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Barter William, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Bartles Henry F. fisherman, boards 102 Prospect 
Bartles Henry H. fisherman, house 102 Prospect 



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Bartles Nathaniel A. (Crawley & Bartles), 138 Main, bds. 

102 Prospect 
Bartlett Israel M. fisherman, house 13 Pine 
Bartlett Warren, fisherman, boards 23 Mansfield 
Barton A. J. foreman polisher, Cape Ann Granite Works, 

house 612 Washington 
Bass Albert A. master mariner, boards 766 Washington 
Bass Horace, stone hammerer, house 766 Washington 
Bass Thomas D. engineer, house 766 Washington 
Bassett Luke, laborer, house 11 Norwood court 
Baston Joseph, fisherman, house 77 Washington 
Bates James Y. fisherman, house 18 Rackliffe 
Bates Simeon Avery, fisherman, house 12 Wonson 
Batten Benjamin, boards 12 Parker 
Batten Daniel, fisherman, boards 7 Harmony square 
Batten Samuel, fisherman, house 32 Friend 
Baxter Luther, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
Bay State Halibut Co. fresh fish, 70 Fort square 
Beach Charles H. removed to Salem 
Beal Oliver L. clerk, L. Hersey's, Ja». 6 Winchester court 
Beaman Lorenzo M. laborer, house 427 Main 
Bearse Benjamin N. mariner, house 24 Spring 
Bearse C. George, jeweller, 164 Main, b. 168 Washington 
Bearse Elizabeth, widow of George A. house 8 Trask 
Bearse John, fisherman, house 168 Washington 
Bearse John H. baker, boards 168 Washington 
Bearse Joseph M. master mariner, house 14 Marchant 
Bearse Joseph N. fisherman, boards 14 Marchant 
Bearse Mehitable, widow, house 14 Marchant 
Beaton Annie Miss, house 16 Smith 
Beaton Hugh, carpenter, house 24 Warner 
Beaton Ronald, fisherman, house 7 Columbia 
Beattie Francis, paving cutter, house 15 North Kilby 
Beaumont John, laborer, house 18 Tremont 
Beckford George B. removed to Centre ville 
Beckford Simeon Mrs. house 25 garner 
Beckman John H. clerk, 90 Main, boards 19 Eastern av. 
Beckwith Allen W. auctioneer, house Dennison, c. Holly 
Bedford Mary, widow, house 1 Elwell 
Belden Hiram, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
Belfour Robert, driver, 139 Main, boards 17 Commercial 
Bell Hugh, paving cutter, house Colburn 
Bell James, fisherman, house 6 Linnet place 
Bell Thomas F. clerk, 137J Prospect, boards 129 do. 
Bell William, fisherman, house 42 Wharf 
Bellew Patrick, junk, rear 16 Commercial, house 16 Pine 

BELMONT HOTEL, S. A. Latter, prop. 149 Main 
(see top line front cover) 
Belonda Peter Y. fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 33 

BENNETT BROS. (J. Q. and W. A.), coal and wood, 
43 Duncan (see page 2*71 ) 
Bennett Charles, farmer, house 26 Walker, W. G. 
Bennett Francis Mrs. house 73 Western avenue 
Bennett Francis, bookkeeper, 401 Main, house 351 do. 
Bennett Henry H. treasurer, Cape Ann Granite Co., Wash- 
ington, opp. Quarry, Bay View, house 1 Bennett 
Bennett Jeremiah, laborer, house 15 Marble 
Bennett John, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Bennett John G. grocer, 37 Duncan, house 25 Prospect sq. 
Bennett John Q. (Bennett Bros.), 43 Duncan, h. 41 do. 
Bennett Luther, blacksmith, house 23 Langsford 
Bennett Margaret, widow, house Walker, West Gloucester 
Bennett Warren A. (Bennett Bros.), 43 Duncan, boards 25 

Prospect square 
Bennett William, fisherman, house 129 Prospect 
'Bennie James, florist, house 60 Bass avenue 
Bennie John P. painter, boards 61 Maplewood avenue 
Bennie Martha, widow, house 61 Maplewood avenue 
Benson Charles, fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Benson William H. mariner, house 6 Mansfield 
Bent Edward F. hairdresser, 206 Main, b. 5 Franklin sq. 
Bent Frank, cook, house 57 Perkins 
Bent John Mrs. house 20 Taylor 
Bent Sarah E. Mrs. house 4 Bridge 
Bentley Mary, widow of John, house 12 Sadler 
Benton Clara Mrs. teacher, boards 12 Arlington 
Benton Mary J. Mrs. died Jan. 2, 1883 
Berdell John, fisherman, house 15 Sadler 
Bergman Adolph, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Bernard Frank, rigger, house 10 Staten 
Bernard Jos. hairdresser, 8 Main, h. 10 Commonwealth av. 
Bernard, see also Barnard 

Berry Lorenzo, ice dealer and boarding house, 677 Wash. 
Betts Charles E. carpenter, boards 5 Maplewood avenue 
Bezanson Charles, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
Bibber Edward, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Bickford John F. foreman, Stockbridge & Co.'s, house rear 

6 Fremont 
Bickford John R. boards rear 6 Fremont 
Bigelow George, laborer, house 18 Webster 
Billings Charles E. summer residence, Fuller, Magnolia pt. 
Bingham Frank D. hack driver, boards 8 Foster 
Bingham Joseph H. grocer, 7 Sargent, house 8 Foster 
Bingham Joseph W. clerk, 7 Sargent, boards 8 Foster 
Bird John, fisherman, boards 291 Main 
Bird Margaret Mrs. house 162 East Main 
Bird William, fisherman, house 109 Commercial 
Birge William, fisherman, boards 7 Willow 






34 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Bisher Edward, fisherman, boards- 65 Rogers 
Bishop Emma, widow, house 25 Liberty 
^ Bishop Hugh G. foreman, Parkhurst's Marine Railway, 
house 15 Allen 
^-Bishop (John) & Murphy (James), ship carpenters, 27 
Vincent, house 12 Perkins 
Bishop T. Brigham & Co. bankers and brokers, 189 Main 
Bishop William T. driver, house 13 Allen 
Black Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Black George, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Black James C. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Black John A. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

^ Black John W. boat builder, house 23 School 
Black Louis, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Blackburn Charles, fisherman, house 10 Bellevue avenue 
Blackburn Edward, fisherman, house 17 Willow 
Blackburn Howard, cigars, etc. 287 Main, boards 291 do. 
Blackburn William, fisherman, house 51 Friend 
Blackstone George H. Mrs. house 444 Washington 
Blades Charles, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Blagden William, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Blair Joseph B. fisherman, house 409 Main 
Blake Arthur H. bottler, G-. A. Davis', house at Rockport 
Blake Asbury C. laborer, house 7 Hammond 

y Blake Henry, fish curer, house 36 East Main 
Blake S. fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Blanchard Elijah D. stone mason, house 234 Washington 
Blanchard Sarah Mrs. died May, 1883 
Blanchard Warren A. boards 234 Washington 
Blatchford Alphonso, fisherman, house 10 Rowe sq. (East) 
Blatchford Benjamin F. inspector, Custom House, house 44 

Western avenue 
Blatchford Benjamin F. boards 7 Prospect square 
Blatchford Charles, wheelwright, 59 Western av. h. 56 do. 
Blatchford Charles A. fisherman, house 8 Staten 
Blatchford Charles F. fisherman, house 6 Herrick court 
Blatchford George H. apothecary, 216 Main, h. 25 Chestnut 
Blatchford Gilrnan G. laborer, boards 268 Main 
Blatchford James, fisherman, house 21 Eastern avenue 
Blatchford John, fisherman, house 38 Mansfield 
Blatchford Samuel, died July 23, 1884 
Blatchford Sarah, widow, house 7 Prospect square 
Blatchford Susan J. widow of Samuel, house 330 Main 
Blatchford Thomas, teamster, house 42 Commercial 
Blatchford William (Margeson & Taylor), 13 Parker, house 

21 Taylor 
Blatchford William F. clerk, 134 Washington, b. 142 do. 
Blatchford William II. fisherman, house 397 Main 
• / Blinn Charles, shoemaker, 25 Rocky Neck av. house do 






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Blondon David, fisherman, house 14 Mansfield 

Blood Elizabeth A. artist, house 789 Washington 

Blood Elizabeth G. Mrs. house 789 Washington 

Blumm John, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 

Blunt P. B. Mrs. summer residence, 14 Ashland place 

Bly Moses S. millinery, 101 Main, house 12 Procter 

Board George, fisherman, house 13 Blake court 

Boardmau Charles C. pianos, organs, and sewing machines, 
210 Main, house 8 Liberty 

Bohlin Thomas, fisherman, house 19 Maplewood avenue 

Bolan John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Bolan John Martin, fisherman, house 11 Traverse 

Bolt Martha W. Mrs. boards 68 Prospect 

Bolt Thomas, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 

Bolter Nathaniel S. fisherman, boards 76 Friend 

Bolter William, fisherman, house 76 Friend 

Bonds Charles, fisherman, boards 60 Main 

Boston John, hostler, 1 Middle, boards 77 Washington 

Boston Joseph, fisherman, house 77 Washington 

T30ST0N AND GLOUCESTER STEAMBOAT CO., 
^-^-JB^ Abbott Coffin, agent, foot of Duncan (see back cover) 
^^"Bott Charles S. harnessmaker, bofts48-4^W-asli-ift^m^sq.CV*)vwvin* 
^~ Bott Frank, clerk (Boston), house 1 Babson, cor. Hovey 
^^Bott Henry H. harnessmaker, 5 Main, h. 155 Western av. 

Bott James L. harnessmaker, 5 Main, house 40 Wash. sq. 

Botts Joseph, fisherman, house 57 Friend 

Bouche Charles, fisherman, house 13 School 

Bouche Edward, fisherman, house 11 Shepherd 

Bouche Elias, fisherman, house 4 Willow 

Bouche William, fisherman, boards 38 Park 

Bouche, see also Bushee 

Boucher Joseph E. fisherman, boards 8 Water 

Boudrow Adeline, widow, house rear 134 Prospect 

Boudrow Benjamin, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 

Boudrow Frank, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

Boudrow Jeffrey, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 

Boudrow Jeremiah, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Boudrow Julia, boarding house, 255 Main 

Boudrow Simon, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

Boudrow Thomas, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Boudrow Thomas A. fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Boudrow Willie, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

Bousard David, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Boutelle Charles C. telegraph operator, and bookkeeper, 
Cape Ann Granite Co.'s store, house 150 Leonard 

Boutelle Creighton P. bookkeeper, 39 Rogers, b. 9 Allen 

Boutilier Solomon, fisherman, boards 26 Main 

Bowden Benjamin, master mariner, house 775 Washington 
/ Bowden Benjamin T. freighter, house 775 Washington 



36 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Bowen Alfred M. rigger, house 3 Grove 

Bowen Elias S. rigger, house 3*70 Washington 

Bowen Georgie D. saleswoman, 108 Main, b. 27 Addison 

Bowen Isabella A. widow of John D. house 27 Addison 

Bowen Thomas, fisherman, boards 15 Pearl 

Bowen William, died September 29, 1882 

Bowers Adolphus, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

Bowers Joseph, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 

Bowes Bryant, fisherman, house 22 Locust 

Bowes Frederick, stonecutter, house Atlantic, W. G. 

Bowie James, fisherman, house 397 Main 

Bowie James, grocer, 3| Mt. Vernon, bds. 134 Prospect 

Bowie William, fisherman, house 268 Main [Proctor 

Bowley Charles W. agent, Singer sewing machine, b. 11 

Bowman Edwin E. fisherman, house 329 Western avenue 

Bowman George, fisherman, boards 14 Tremont 

Boyle Edward, boards Gloucester Hotel 

Boyle James, hostler, house 14 Gould court 

Boyle Michael, stonecutter, house 1 Mt. Locust place 

Boynton Abraham, house 102 Wheeler 

Boynton A. Heber, fisherman, house 102 Wheeler 

Boynton Charles A. clerk, Ocean House, boards do. 

BOYNTON CHARLES H. wood and coal, 53 Main, 
rear Cape Ann Savings Bank, house 23 Prospect 
(see page 271) 
Boynton Joshua, laborer, C. H. Boynton's, h. 13 Wheeler 
Boynton Joshua Mrs. house 22 Orchard 
Boyson William, laborer, house 336 Main 
Brackett Asa, painter, house 312 Washington 
Brackett Levi, house 312 Washington 
Brackett Thomas E. janitor, house 652 Washington 
Bradbury Augusta H. Mrs. boards 1 Western avenue 
Bradford George R. cashier, First Nat. Bank of Gloucester, 

house 35 Middle [Prospect sq. 

Bradley E. Archer (8. Smith & Co.), 401 Main, house 8 
Bradley Frank, clerk, 20 Commercial, boards do. 
-Bradley Fred, clerk, N. H. Phillips' bds. Ill Washington 
Bradley James E. bookkeeper, Dennis & Ayers', house at 

Rockport 
Bradley Lawrence P. anchor maker, house foot Whittemore 
Bradley Thomas H. anchor maker, boards foot Whittemore 
Bradshaw John, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Bradstreet Charles W. laborer, h. 51 Beacon [man av. 

Bradstreet Frederick E. upholsterer, 97 Main, h. 10 Blyn- 
Bradstreet G. Howard, bill poster, boards 22 Beacon 
Bradstreet (J". O shorn) ■ k Richards {John), hairdressers, 

52 Main, house 22 Beacon 
Bragdon Arthur F. painter, house 65 Leonard 
Bragdon William Mrs. house 65 Leonard 



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L^- Brainard Sarah, widow, house 116 Prospect 
Brant Margaret, widow, house 10 Short 
Bray Aaron W. agent, New England Fish Co., Dodd's 

wharf, Duncan's Point, house 19 Dale avenue 
Bray Aaron W. shoemaker, house 235 Concord, W. G. 
Bray Addison G. Mrs. house 277 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray Albert VV. Mrs. house Bond street ♦ 
Bray Albion B. farmer, house Wallace court, W. G. 
Bray Alexander D. prop. Willow Cottage, Magnolia 

avenue, and farmer, house 359 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray Alfred S. section hand, house 166 Essex av., W. G. 
Bray Alonzo, boards at Daniel Bray's, West Gloucester 
Bray Alphonso H. Mrs. house 455 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray Austin B. fishery, D. G. Allen's wharf, house 22 

Commonwealth avenue 
Bray B. Franklin, farmer, house Wallace court, W. G. 
Bray Charles, farmer, house 86 Essex avenue, W.G. 
Bray Charles F. farmer, house 12 Wharf 
Bray Daniel, farmer, house 1 Laurel, West Gloucester 
Bray Daniel, jr. farmer, house 6 Bond 
Bray Eben B. oysters, 157 Main, house Main, next P. 0. 
Bray Edward Mrs. house 265 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray Frank W. removed to Lynn 
Bray George D. fisherman, house 61 East Main 
Bray George H. blacksmith, Rocky Neck, b. 16 Marchant 
Bray Henry W. shoemaker, house 243 Concord, W. G. 
Bra}' Howard T. laborer, boards 91 Magnolia avenue 
Bray Jacob W. farmer, house 203 Concord, W. G. 
Bray Jeremiah M. laborer, bds. T. J. Bray's, W. G. 
Bray Jesper R. carpenter, house 254 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray John James, farmer, house 277 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Bray John W. house 178 Western avenue 
Bray Joseph W. woodchopper, house Magnolia av., W. G. 
Bray J. Warren, laborer, boards T. J. Bray's, W.G. 
Bray Samuel A. fish dealer, house 20 Concord, W.G. 
Bray Solomon N. stonecutter, house 44 Concord, W. G. 
Bray Solomon N. jr. farmer, house 22 Concord, W. G. 
Bray S. Benton, clerk, George Friend, Son, & Co. 's, house 

20 Concord, West Gloucester 
Bray Theophilus J. farmer, house Magnolia avenue, W. G. 
Bray Thomas Mrs. house 12 Lincoln, West Gloucester 
Bray Webster K. shoemaker, boards 243 Concord, W. G. 
>» Brazier Benj. S. summer boarding house, 1 Brazier court 
Brazier Benj. S. jr. fisherman, house 250 East Main 
Brazier Eben A. fisherman, house 11 Wiley 
Brazier John, quarryman, house 706 Washington 
Brazier John W. fisherman, house 178 East Main 
Bredell John, fisherman, house 15 Sadler 
Breen Joseph, laborer, house 31 Mt. Vernon 



38 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Brennan Catharine, widow, house 23 Willow 

Brennan James E. laborer, boards 23 Willow 

Brennan John, fisherman, boards 1 8 Gould court 

Brennan John, laborer, boards 23 Willow 

Brennan William J. laborer, boards 23 Willow 

Brenton Samuel, blacksmith, boards 896 Washington 

Breong Edward, fisherman, house 5 Porter 

Breong Peter, boards 5 Porter 

Breslaw John, fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 

Brewer Arthur, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Brewer Seth L. house 133 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Brewer W. fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Brewton George A. cooper, house 328 Main 

Brewton Obed A. ship carpenter, boards 79 Eastern av. 

Bride Charles W. clerk, 138 Prospect, h. 7 Winchester ct. 

Bridges Ann, died Jan. 8, 1884 

Bridges Fitzwilliam, fisherman, house 15 Addison 

Bridges Frank, teamster, boards 241 Main 

Brien Rebecca S. widow, house 91 Prospect 

Briggs James, fisherman, boards 273 Main 

Briggs Leander, fisherman, boards 273 Main 

Brigham Charles H. fisherman, house 7 Wiley 

Brimmer Alexander J. fisherman, house 6 Story 

Brinnick James, fisherman, boards 14 Parkhurst's wharf 

Brinnick William P. fisherman, house 8 Gilbert court 

Briscoe David W. tinsmith, house Horton street 

Broad Samuel, fisherman, house 28 School 

Brodeur Almonea J. hairdresser, 27 Main, boards do. 

Brodeur Joseph, hairdresser, 27 Main, house do. 

Brooks Byron, boat builder, house 47 Perkins 

Brooks John H. carpenter, house 9 Lookout 

Brooks Joseph, building mover, house 7 Williams court 

Brooks Neil, fisherman, house 51 Friend 

Brophy Luke, junk, house 6 Shepherd 

Brophy Luke, jr. laborer, boards 6 Shepherd 

Brophy Thomas W. junk, foot of Water, bds. 6 Shepherd 

Brotherton Alexander, fisherman, house 10 Smith 

Broughton George, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

Broughton Russell, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

Broussard David, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Brown Aaron, billiards, 8j5 Main, house 272J do. 

Brown Alden C. teamster, boards 150 Washington 

Brown Alphonso, driver, house 98 Washington 

Brown Augustus, fisherman, house 9 Gould court 

Brown Catharine, widow, house 39J Park 

Brown Charles, carpenter, boards 51 Beacon 

Brown Charles, fisherman, boards 16 Locust 

Brown Charles A. clerk, house 37 Western avenue 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 39 

Brown Charles H. janitor Gloucester Nat. Bank building, 

and sexton, boards 150 Washington 
Brown Charles H. clerk, 375 Main, house 21 Taylor 
Brown Charles H. fisherman, lost at sea, Nov., 1883 
Brown Charles 0. boards 24 Taylor 
Brown Christina Mrs. house 11 Oak 
Brown Clarence, butcher, 9 Main, house 8 Mansfield 
Brown Daniel, farmer, house 10 Vine 
Brown David, house 24 Friend 

Brown David A. grocer, 11 East Main, house 19 do. 
Brown David J. fisherman, house 24 Friend 
Brown Eben, mariner, boards 26 Friend 
Brown Eben C. master mariner, house 26 Friend 
Brown Eben C. 2d, mason, house 24 Friend 
Brown Eben T. farmer, boards 242 Washington 
Brown Edward, shoemaker, Norwood court, house do. 
Brown Edward A. farmer, house 30 Reynard 
Brown Edward H. house 2 Hodgkins 
Brown Edward 0. clerk, 9 Main, boards 51 Beacon 
Brown Elander, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Brown Elisha, house 355 Main 
Brown Eliza, widow, house 20 Washington 
Brown Eliza, widow, house 9 Davis 
Brown Eliza T. widow, house 247 East Main 
Brown Elmer S. clerk, 20 Main, bds. Gloucester Hotel 
Brown Elwin A. fisherman, house 43 Maplewood avenue 
Brown E. W. boards Gloucester Hotel 
Brown Frank, fisherman, house 55 Friend 
Brown Frank, fisherman, house rear 102 Washington 
Brown Frank, stonecutter, house 142 Leonard 
Brown Frank, stonecutter, house 6 Bridge 
Brown Frank E. painter, 2 Curve, house 2 Leonard 
Brown Frank H. clerk, 178 Main, boards 13 Western av. 
Brown Fred A. teamster, house 20 East Main 
Brown Frederick C. laborer, house 34 Reynard 
Brown Freeman H. jr. laborer, house 24 East Main 
Brown George Mrs. house 89 Prospect 
Brown George, boards 21 Summer 
Brown George, jr. removed to 'Lynn 
Brown Henry, fisherman, boards 336 Main 
Brown Henry F. fisherman, boards 9 Davis 
Brown Henry W. fisherman, boards 37 Western avenue 
Brown Herman B. carpenter, house 9 Grove 
Brown Isaac, fisherman, house 45 School 
Brown James, oil clothing, Atlantic wharf, house 11 Park 
Brown James, fisherman, boards 9 Davis 
Brown James H. fisherman, house 6 Trask 
Brown James R. laborer, boards 24 East Main 
Brown John, fisherman, boards 2 Pine 



40 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Brown John, boards Gloucester Hotel 

Brown John, oft Rowe sq. died August 11, 1883 

Brown John H. fisherman, house 5 Howe 

Brown John W. fisherman, house 36 Sargent 

Brown John W. laborer, boards 355 Main 

Brown Jonathan, farmer, house 242 Washington 

Brown Joseph, fish worker, boards 36 Sargent 

Brown Joseph, master mariner, house 10 Vine 

Brown Joseph W. fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 

Brown Josiah, mariner, house 5 Elwell 

Brown Lucy, widow of Charles H. house 12 Liberty 

Brown Martin, fisherman, boards 25 Park 

Brown Mary H. Mrs. house 4 Wharf 

Brown Nathaniel M. 9 Main, boards 98 Washington 

Brown Nicholas, fisherman, house T3 Commercial 

Brown Peter, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 

Brown Robert M. billiards, 6 and 10 Duncan, h. 3 Ivy ct. 

Brown Samuel 0. painter, 20 Washington, house do. 

Brown Samuel W. provisions, 9 Main, house 32 Pleasant 

Brown Sarah, widow, house 9 Commercial court 

Brown Stephen W. mason, house 32 Reynard 

Brown Waldo B. driver, house 150 Washington 

Brown Wesley, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 

Brown William, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

Brown William, laborer, house 10 Grove 

Brown William F. fisherman, boards 355 Main 

Brown William H. boards 10 Grove 

Brown William W. driver, house 16 Eastern avenue 

Brown Zilpha Mrs. house 24 East Main 

Browne George W. furniture, 12 Short, house 14 do. 

Bruce Harry, fisherman, house 20 Eastern avenue 

Brundeen John P. baker, house 66 Maplewood avenue 

Brune Frank, fisherman, boards 5 Elwell court 

Bryand Daniel, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

Bryand Simon, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

Bryant Annie T. widow, house 31 Friend 

Bryant Mary* J. widow, house 25 Millett 

Bryant William W. clerk, 95 Main, boards 25 Millett 

Brymer George H. fisherman, house 38 Fort square 

Buckard Charles, fisherman, boards* 10 Hammond 

Buckley Daniel A. (Cambridge), summer residence off 

Highland avenue 
Buffinton Eliza A. Mrs. house 23 Beacon 
.Buffinton Hiram W. letter carrier, house 58 Western av. 
Bufford Frank G. (N. Y.), summer res. Cambridge av. 
Buie William, fisherman, house 11 Park 
Bulkley Albert H. janitor, house 3 Prospect 
Bunce George W. died May 30, 1883 
Bunby Frank, laborer, boards 22 Chapel 



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« 

Bundy Jane B. Mrs. bouse 39 Pearl 

Bunker Marcellus, removed to Kansas City [64 Middle 
Bunnell Thomas W. teamster, Parsons, cor. Rogers, house 
Burgeson William {Ryan & Burgeson), Fort wharf, house 

336 Main 
Burgess George F. died April 7, 1884 
Burgess George N. rigger, house 7 Gilbert court 
Burgess Joseph, fisherman, house 350 Main 
Burgess Joseph W. carpenter, boards 11 Procter 

f Burgess Lorenzo, engineer, at C. Parkhurst & Sons, house 
21 Beacon 

^Burgess Thomas J. messenger, house 93 Washington 
Burgin Charles H. M. shoemaker, b. Mrs. Thomas Burgin's 
Burgin Thomas Mrs. house 251 Concord, W. Gloucester 
Burgin Thomas H. J. boards Mrs. Thos. Burgin's, W. G. 
Burke Martin, fisherman, house 111 Commercial 
Burke Michael, pilot boat steward, house 15 Willow 
Burke Nelson, fisherman, boards 53 Fort square 
Burke Sarah, widow, house 46 Park 
Burke Stephen II. saloon, 14 Water, house 16 do. 
Burnett Patrick, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 
Burnham Abel, farmer, house 26 Bray, West Gloucester 
Burnham Addison G. shoemaker, house 51 Magnolia av. 
Burnham Addison P. foreman, F. J. Babson, jr.'s lumber 

yard, boards 19 Church 
Burnham Adoniram J. master mariner, h. 31 Mt. Vernon 
Burnham Albert, died April 15, 1883 
Burnham Alfred A. house 25 Prospect [Middle 

i Burnham Alphonso M. grocer, 179 and 183 Main, house 72 
Burnham Andrew H. boards 5 Procter 
Burnham Annie Miss, house 74 Middle 
Burnham Brothers (Elias P., Parker H. and Enoch), 

grist mill, marine railway, etc. 13 Wharf street 
Burnham Charles, boards 26 Leonard 
Burnham Daniel, boards 603 Washington 
Burnham Eben N. farmer, house Magnolia Village 
Burnham Edna M. Miss, boards 6 Angle 
Burnham Edward E. travelling agent, house 31 Pleasant 
Burnham Edward K. fishing, 22 Pearce, house 2 Middle 
Burnham Elias, died July 9, 1883 

^Burnham Elias P. (Burnham Bros.), hous e 29 Elm 

J Burnham Enoch (Burnham Bros.),^$@8$fts 218 Main 
Burnham (Francis) & Presson (D. S.), fishery, 25 Rogers, 

house 5 Procter 
Burnham Frank, fisherman, house 31 Perkins 
Burnham Fred A. removed to Charlestown 
Burnham George, farmer, boards 21 Sumner, W. G. 
Burnham G. Walter, removed to Salem 
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Burnham Hardy, house Center court 
Burnham Helen M. Miss, house 21 Liberty 
Burnham Henry A. & Son (H. A. Burnham, jr.), flour, 25 
Mason, house 59 Prospect [Prospect 

Burnham Henry A. jr. (H. A. Burnham & Bon), boards 59 
Burnham James F. house 300 Main 
Burnham John G. fisherman, house 86 Magnolia avenue 
Burnham J. Melville, driver, G.A. Davis', h. 13 Western av. 
Burnham Leonard, ship carpenter, house 10 Elm 

BURNHAM LEONARD A. & CO. cotton line manufs. 
119 Main, factory at Maplewood, h. 38 Washington sq. 
(see page 268) 
Burnham Lucas, house 31 Magnolia avenue 
Burnham Mark F. fish dealer, house Walker court, W. G. 
Burnham Martha Miss, dressmaker, house 433 Main 
.Burnham Parker Mrs. house 218 Main 
Burnham Parker H. [Burnham Bros.), house 211 Main 
Burnham Samuel M. farmer, house 21 Sumner, W. G. 
Burnham Simeon A. carpenter, 10 Commercial court, house 

19 Church 
Burnham Solomon, farmer, house" 61 Magnolia avenue ^ 
-Burnham William S. clerk, 108 Main, boardssfeScfe^fcl yfofy 
Burns Augustus B. fisherman, house 6 Millett 
Burns Charles, fisherman, boards 32 Grove 
Burns Edward J. died Oct. 23, 1882 
Burns Etta, house 19 Porter 

Burns Frank, stonecutter, house 704 Washington 
Burns Henry, painter, boards 14 Highland 
Burns James, laborer, house 32 Grove 
Burns James E. saloon, 7 Main, boards do. 
Burns John, blacksmith, rear 135 Wash. bds. 32 Grove 
Burns John, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Burns John, tinsmith, boards 3 Shepherd 
Burns Joseph J. house 79 Western avenue 
Burns Maria B. widow of Edward J. h. 85 Commercial 
Burns Matthew, blacksmith, 5 Andrews, h. 819 Wash. 
Burns Michael, house 3 Shepherd 
Burns Sarah, widow, house 32 Grove 
Burns Thomas, fisherman, boards 46 Park 
Burns Thomas, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Burns Thomas, gardener, G. H. Pulcifer's, boards do. 
Burns Thomas, 'longshoreman, house 21 Park 
Burns William E. policeman, boards 3 Shepherd 
/Burpee David, house 193 Western avenue 
Burpee John, house Bond street 
Burpee Warren, mariner, house 193 Western avenue 
Burrell James, fisherman, house 1 Cedar 
Burrell William, fisherman, house 9 Shepherd 
Burroughs George, farmer, house 399 Essex avenue, W. G. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 43 

Burroughs Henry H. shoemaker, house Roberts ct. W. G. 
Burroughs John H. shoemaker, boards Roberts ct. W. G. 
Burt Charles, fisherman, house 4 Fears court 
Burton George L. clerk, 55 Wash. bds. Webster House 
Burton James S. carpenter, boards 11 Spring 
Bushee Alexander, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Bushee Isadore, fisherman, house 57 Warner 
Bushee William, laborer, house 2 Highland 
Biushee, see also Bouche 
Butland Hason, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Butler Addison, fisherman, house 140 Leonard 
Butler Addison, jr. fisherman, house 629 Washington 
Butler Alfred, boards 140 Leonard 

Butler Clarence E. blacksmith, Essex av. house 8 Wood- 
man, West Gloucester 
Butler Daniel, farmer, house 91 Magnolia avenue 
Butler David, laborer, house % Ashland place 
Butler David, stonecutter, boards 140 Leonard 
Butler David D. house 76 East Main 
Butler Edward, fisherman, house 7 Shepherd 
Butler Everett F. farmer, boards 91 Magnolia avenue 
Butler George, stonecutter, boards 140 Leonard 
Butler George W. fisherman, house 771 Washington 
Butler Isaac, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Butler James, house 52 Park 
Butler James H. house 19 Bridge 
Butler Jane, widow, house 142 Leonard 
Butler John, fisherman, house 703 Washington 
Butler John, laborer, house 29 Willow 
Butler Joseph H. teamster, house 9 Marsh 
Butler Martin, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 
Butler Michael, fisherman, boards 25 Willow 
Butler Patrick, house 25 Willow 
Butler Richard, fisherman, house 7 Willow 
Butler Walter, crossing tender, house 12 North Kilby 
Butler William, fisherman, house 11 Marsh 
Butler William E. shoemaker, h. 7 Roberts court, W. G. 
Butler William H. shoemaker, house Essex av. W. G. 
Butler William H. paving cutter, house 243 Washington 
Butman John, agent, Lanesville Granite Co. 891 Washing- 
ton, house at Rockport 
Butman John W. 891 Washington, house at Rockport 
Buxton Henry, laborer, house 12 Beacon 
Buzzel Wilbor B. quarryman, house Andrews ct. W. G. 
Buzzell Pindar F. laundry, house 10 Eastern avenue 
►Byers George, fisherman, house 14 Webster 
Byers George E. fisherman, house 350 Main 
Byrne James, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Byrne William, stonecutter, house 3 North Kilby 



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CADROS ANTOINE, fisherman, house 59 Friend 
Cadwallader John W, boards 36 Granite 
Cahoon Charles W. fisherman, house 38 Sargent 
Cahoon Heber A. laborer, house 60 Washington 
Cahoon James, fisherman, house 30 Fort square 
Cahoon Joseph, mariner, house 47 Prospect 
Cahoon Reuben J. fisherman, house 26 Willow 

-Caig Jane, widow, house 44 School 

Caig John J. laborer, house 44 School 
Caig Matthew, fisherman, boards 44 School 
Caig William R. letter carrier, boards 44 School 
Cairns James, can maker, house 17 Pearl 
Calder Charles, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Calder George H. fisherman, boards 34 East Main 

Calder Humphrey A. carpenter, house rear '5 Story 

Calder Humphrey L. house rear 5 Story 
^— Calder John J. driver, 1 Webster, h. 44 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Calder Mathias, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Calder Samuel G. fisherman, house 34 East Main 
Calder Samuel G. jr., fisherman, boards 34 East Main 
Calder Silas, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Caldwell Edward R. removed to Brockton 
Calef John C. & Co. (Allan Rogers), dry goods, 83 and 85 

Main, house 22 Pleasant 
Call Albert B. 278 Main, house 31 Friend 
Call Charles, fisherman, house 37 Friend [Friend 

^ Call Joseph C. mast and spar maker, 25 Vincent, house 29 
Call Stephen J. house 28 Pine [wealth av. 

Call William E. painter, 42 Washington, b. 21 Common- 
Call William H. died September 2, 1883 

CALL WILLIAM R. painter, 42 Washington, house 
21 Commonwealth av. (see page 277) 
J Call Winfield S. sparmaker, house 8 Maple 

- Callahan Edward, fisherman, house 11 Pearl 
Callahan Edward M. boards 70 Washington 
^^ Callahan Robert, pilot, house 70 Washington 
Callahan William, laborer, boards 11 Pearl 
Cameron Alexander, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Cameron Angus, fisherman, house 3 Mt. Vernon 
Cameron Archie, lost at sea, December, 1883 
Cameron Clarence W. driver, C. H. Campbell, house 105 

Eastern avenue 
Cameron Daniel, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Cameron Hugh E. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Cameron Joseph, house 54 Eastern avenue 
Cameron Sarah, widow of Archie, house 124 Duncan 
Cammett Anna Mrs. house 12 Locust 
Campbell Alexander, carpenter, boards 11 Spring 
Campbell Angus, fisherman, boards 321 Main 



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Campbell Anna, widow of Benjamin, house 23 Mansfield 
Campbell Catharine Miss, house 8 Wharf 
Campbell Catharine, widow, house 12 Allen 
Campbell Charles, fisherman, boards 12 Pine 
Campbell Charles A. boards Webster House [dale, Cal. 
Campbell Charles H. bottler, rear 158 Main, h. at Clover- 
Campbell Colin, fisherman, boards rear 47 Prospect 
Campbell Daniel, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Campbell David, fisherman, house 43 Prospect 
Campbell Duncan, fisherman, boards 45 Commercial 
Campbell Eben D. sailmaker, house 8 Oak 
Campbell George, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 
Campbell George, saloon, 160 Main, boards do. 
Campbell George H. clerk, freight depot, E. R. R. b. 8 Oak 
Campbell Hugh, fisherman, boards 16 Smith , 
Campbell James, fisherman, house 50 Friend 
Campbell James, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Campbell John, fisherman, boards 2 Fort square 
Campbell Leo, mate, " City of Gloucester," h. 43 Warner 
Campbell Michael, fisherman, house 10 Smith 
Campbell Neal, fish skinner, house 5 Porter 
Campbell Neal, tailor, boards 11 Spring 
Campbell Pascal, carpenter, boards 23 Liberty 
Campbell Pius, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Campbell William, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Campbell, see also Kuemmel 

Caniven Bartley, fisherman, boards 46 Fort square 
Caniven Margaret, widow, house 46 Fort square 
Canning Charles C. laborer, house 183 East Main 
Cantelo Lemuel S. fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Cantillion Edward, fisherman, boards 1 Brazier court 
Cantrell Edward W. fisherman, house 6 Fort square 
Cantwell Joseph, fisherman, boards 20 Locust 
Cape Ann Anchor Works, foot of Whittemore 

CAPE ANN BULLETIN CO, 191 Main (see line on 
back cover) 
CAPE ANN EVENING BREEZE, 191 Main (see line 
on back cover) 
CAPE ANN GRANITE CO., Washington, opp. Quarry, 
Bay View (see page 276) 
Cape Ann National Bank, Hiram Rich, cashier, 156 Main 
Cape Ann News Co. booksellers, etc. 193 Main 
Cape Ann Savings Bank, Geo. J. Marsh, treas., 51 Main 
Capstick Robert, gardener, boards 645 Washington 
Capstick William, gardener, at J. H. French's, house 643 

Washington 
Carey James, fisherman, boards 5 Porter 
Carey John, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Carey John, fisherman, boards 385 Main 



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Carey Thomas, farmer, boards 105 Eastern avenue 
Carhart Oscar D. fisherman, house 6 Davis 
Carlson Axel, fisherman, boards 15 Summit 
^~ Carlton Peter A. waterman, house 20 Locust 
Carlz Antoine J. fisherman, house 11 Perkins 
Carlz Joseph J. fisherman, house 11 Elwell 
Carnes, see Cairns 

Carney Thomas, fisherman, house 10 Gould court 
Carney William J. hairdresser, boards 27 Main 
Caroe Edward, fisherman, house 38 Middle 
Carpenter Albert E. lecturer, summer res. 330 East Main 
Carr George J. laborer, house 7 Ivy court 
Carr John B. watchman, house 9 Taylor 
Carr Peter C. fisherman, house 47 Prospect 
Carr R. Bruce, clerk, 401 Main, boards 9 Taylor 
Carr William, fisherman, house 8 Allen 
Carrigan Alexander, fisherman, boards rear 7 Washington 
Carrigan Christopher, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Carrigan Moses, fisherman, boards rear 7 Washington 
Carrigan Rufus, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Carroll Bridget, widow, house lCfPine 
Carroll Daniel, boarding house, 5 Shepherd 
^•Carroll Ellen, widow, house 6 Sargent 
' Carroll Frank E. fisherman, house 24 Mansfield 
Carroll Mary A. widow, house 6 Sargent 
Carroll Thomas, fisherman, house 7 

Carter A. A. Mrs. dressmaker, house - fl L/ T bei 4y*^-*Ai^U^ 
Carter Charles P. & Co. (J. R. Carter), oil clothing, 35 

Commercial, house 24 Addison 
Carter David A. clerk, 112 Main, boards 38 Millett 
Carter Emma Miss, dressmaker, boards 32 Prospect 
Carter Fred. 0. house 88 Eastern avenue 
Carter Henry, fisherman, boards Duncan, cor. Rogers 
Carter James E. laborer, house 1 Friend 
Carter John D. butcher, house 32 Prospect 
Carter John J. died Sept. 15, 1882 
Carter John S. provisions, 20 Main, house 35 Prospect 
Carter Joseph R. ( C. F. Carter & Co.), 35 Commercial, 

house 16 Summit 
Carter J. K. N. Mrs. died Oct. 14, 1882 
Carter Levi, carpenter, house 38 Millett 
Carter Levi, fisherman, house 72 Friend 
Carter L. Warren, anchor maker, house 16 Rackliffe 
Carter Richard, died March 21, 1883 
Carter Richard J. house 16 Summit 

CARTER SHERMAN J. provisions, 55 Prospect, house 
32 do. (see page 275) 
Carter Sherman J. jr. butcher, 50 Wash. b. 32 Prospect 
Carter Thomas E. fisherman, house 309 East Main 






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Carter William E. clerk, Pavilion Hotel, boards do. 

Casey John, teamster, house 73 Perkins 

Casey Lawrence, fisherman, house 50 Fort square 

Casey Mary J. widow, house 48 Fort square 

Casey Patrick, paving cutter, house 13 South Kilby 

Casey Patrick, quarryman, house 87 High 

Casey Timothy E. bottler, boards' 48 Fort square 

Cash Edward, fisherman, house 17 Locust 

Cash Joshua, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Castle Joseph, fisherman, house 21 Sadler 

Caswell Charles, fisherman, house off Decatur, E. G. 

Caswell George, house 68 Middle Cm^w^-v^^v- Q^ /-^ 

Caswell Judith Miss, house 19 Mason 

Caswell Samuel Mrs. house 31 Elm 

Caton Thomas, fisherman, house 6 Linnet place 

Cavanagh Ellen, widow, house 46 Park 

Cavanagh James, fisherman, boards rear 134 Prospect 

Cavanagh James Edward, house 2 Stacy court 

Cavanagh John, fisherman, house 8 Pine 

Cavanagh Robert, fisherman, boards 22 Tremont 

Cavanagh Thomas, fisherman, house 16 Friend 

Centennial American Tea Co. 98 Main 

Center Addison, dep. collector of customs, Custom House, 

house 101 Washington 
Center Albert, clerk, 134 Main, boards 76 Washington 
Center Amanda, widow, house 63 Washington 
Center Andrew J. carpenter, h. 99 Washington [ington 
Center Edward B. messenger, Currier & Co. house 76 Wash- 
•Center Georgie A. Mrs. house 357 Main 
Center Hannah Miss, house 93 Washington 
Center Henry, bookkeeeper, Cape Ann National Bank, h. 

8 Washington square 
Center Isabella, widow, house 80 Washington 
Center Sturgis Mrs. house 22 Washington 
Center Susie S. Miss, teacher, boards 22 Washington 
Center William, teamster, house 7 Center court 
Central House, William H. Riley, proprietor, 215 and 217 

Main, cor. Water 
Chadbourne James, farmer, house Cole st., W. Gloucester 
Chain John, hack driver, boards 89 Western avenue 
Chalman Edward, fisherman, boards 16 Columbia 
^ Chalmers Hugh, clerk, 56 Washington, house 89 do. 
Chamberlain S. E. (Boston), house 20 Arlington 
Chamberlain Wm. A. engineer, house 838 Washington 
Chamberline John S. com. mer. (Boston), house 69 Middle 
Chambers Alexander, boards 72 Prospect 
Chandler John, farmer, house 29 Gee avenue 
Chaney John, livery stable, 706 Washington, house do. 
Chapman Alanson B. pilot, house 5 Bond 



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48 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Chard Carrie S. Miss, teacher, boards 32 Curve 

Chard Ezekiel W. house 53 Leonard 

Chard William D. yachtman, house 32 Curve 

Chase Benjamin, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Chase George, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Chase James, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Chase Joseph F. laborer, house 27J Perkins 

Chase Sears, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Cheney George F. paving cutter, house 64 Langsford 

Cheney J. Frank, removed to Sutton, N. H. 

Cheves William R. paving cutter, house 31 High 

Chick John G. house 34 High 

Chick John G. jr. stonecutter, house 34 High 

Childs Alexander C. Rev. pastor West Gloucester Cong. 

Church, house 345 Essex avenue, West Gloucester 
Chisholm Alexander, carpenter, house 2 Chestnut 
Chisholm Angus, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Chisholm Colin, fisherman, house 9 Marchant 
Chisholm Colin, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
Chisholm Daniel W. fisherman, house 8 Sadler 
Chisholm Duncan, fisherman, hou^e 51 Friend 
Chisholm James, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Chisholm John, fisherman, house 9 Marchant 
Chisholm John S. saloon, 24 Main, house 4 Summer 

' Chisholm Maggie J. widow of James, house 3 Maple 

""Chisholm Mary, widow, house 40 School 
Chisholm Peter, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Chisholm Peter A. jewelry, etc. 161 Main, bds. 45 Middle 
Chisholm Roderick, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
Chrestenson Martin, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Christierson Andrew, fisherman, boards 32 Sargent 
Christopherson James, fisherman, house 13 Millett 
Churchill George, fisherman, boards 10 Wharf 
City National Bank, William A. Pew, cashier, 195 Main 
Clancy Frank W. machinist, 104 Washington, boards J. 

E. Clancy's 

Clancy Henry, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Clancy James E. anchor maker, h. Reynard, cor. Cherry 
Clancy James F. machinist, boards Reynard, cor. Cherry 
Clancy William, anchor maker, house foot of Whittemore 
Clark Aaron P. driver, house 11 Addison 
Clark Belle M. widow of George D. house 21 Orchard 
Clark Charles, carpenter, boards 44 Mansfield 
Clark Denmark P. teamster, boards 22 Western avenue 

• Clark Eben B. policeman, house 102 Prospect 
Clark Edward, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Clark Edward T. laborer, boards 22 Grove 
Clark Elias, laborer, house 8 North Kilby 
Clark E. A. boards Ocean House 



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Clark Frank G. Rev. pastor, Evangelical Congregational 

church, house 29 Church 
Clark Frank M. clerk, 7 Middle, boards 6 Angle 
Clark Frank 0. tinsmith, 221 Main, h. 37 Eastern avenue 
Clark Frank W. fisherman, house 77 Washington 
Clark George Mrs. house 15 Washington square [sq. 

Clark George & Co. fishery, 13 Rogers, h. 11 Washington 
Clark George W. fisherman, house 1 Curtis square 
Clark Gorham, fisherman, house 34 Granite 
Clark Harrison T. Mrs. house 22 Grove 
Clark Harry, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 
Clark Hattie E. widow, boards 42 Eastern avenue 
Clark Henry, fisherman, house 242 East Main 
Clark Henry, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Clark Henry P. Mrs. house 13 Exchange 
Clark James, fisherman, boards 60 Main t 

CLARK JAMES, wood, rear 7 and 9 Middle, house 6 
Angle (see page 271) 
Clark James T. clerk, boards 34 Granite 
Clark John, blacksmith, house 896 Washington 
Clark John, teaming, house 22. Western avenue 
Clark John, jr. clerk, 152 Main, house 74 Western avenue 
Clark John H. commission merchant, house 10 Beacon 
Clark John W. fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
Clark J. A. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Clark Llewellyn G. clerk, 131 Main, boards 5 Addison 

^ Clark Mary E. widow, house 15 Columbia i 
Clark Reuben A. teamster, boards 22 Western avenue 
Clark Richard, fisherman, boards 20 Gould court 
Clark Richard, stone hammerer, house 29 High 
Clark Samuel L. carpenter, house 36 Orchard 
Clark Thomas L. stone hammerer, h. rear 639 Washington 
Clark William, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Clark William, painter, house 8 Addison 
Clark William B. mariner, house 13 Forest 
Clark William W. fisherman, boards 13 Forest 
Clarkson E. J. Mrs. house 336 Washington 
Cleary Timothy, quarryman, house end of High 
^^Tlleaves Eli 0. master mariner, house 7 Marchant 

- Clement Abbie G. widow, house 31 Friend 
Clement Ada G. teacher, Point Grammar, bds. 21 Church 
Clement Charles L, Mrs. house 21 Church 
Clement George A. master mariner, house 9 Church 
Clement James P. clerk, 331 Main, boards 5 Franklin sq. 
Clements Albert B. fisherman, boards 32 Concord, W. G. 
Clements Edgar B. fisherman, house 32 Concord, W. G. 
Cleveland John H. fisherman, boards 4 Terrace 
Clifford Alfred, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Clifford Charles G. fisherman, house 8 Procter 



50 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Clifford Everett, fisherman, house 37 East Main 
Clifford Timothy, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Clifford William A. fisherman, house 76 East Main 
Cline Alexander, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Cline George, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 
Cline William, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 
Cljusen Albert S. fisherman, house rear 5 Beach court 
Cloran Edward, removed to Lynn 

Cloran Patrick W. removed to Lynn [Co. 

Close Isaac S. watchman, Boston & Gloucester Steamboat 
Closson William, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Cloud Richard, shoemaker, house 64 Friend 
Clough Elias M. clerk, 90 Commercial, boards 49 Main 
Clough George H. removed to Boston 
Clough Harriette B. teacher, High school, bds. 49 Main 
Clough Isaac D. bookkeeper, 108 Main, house 16 Church 
^Clough Joseph Mrs. house 49 Main 
Clough Mary Mrs. removed to Wentworth, N. H. 
Clough Moses H. house 2 Chester square 
Cluney Patrick, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 
Cluney William, fisherman, boards 4 Wharf 
Coakly Cornelius, clerk, 112 Main, boards 14 Mansfield 
Coakly Daniel, hack driver, boards 14 Mansfield 
'Coakly Honora, widow, house 14 Mansfield 
Coas James Mrs. house 264 East Main 
Coas, see also Coos 

Coburn Edward G. painter, boards 38 Beacon 
Coburn James E. prop. Eagle House, 29 Pearce, house do. 
Coburn Joseph, quarryman, boards 22 Butman avenue 
Coday Alexander, fishermen, boards 38 Mansfield 
Coday Thomas, fireman, boards 38 Mansfield 
Coday, see also Cuddy 
Cody Frank, fisherman, house 10 Cross 
Cody John, fisherman, house 10 Cross 
Cody Michael, laborer, house 3 Smith 
Coffey John, fisherman, house 25 Fort square 
Coffey Patrick, boarding house, 32 Commercial 
Coffin Abbott, agent, Boston & Gloucester Steamboat Co. 

foot of Duncan, house 37 Beacon 
Coffin Benjamin P. fisherman, house 82 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Coffin Charles B. house 60 East Main 

Coffin H. Mackay, teamster, boards 161 East Main [ct. 
Coffin John A. supt. gas works, 135 Duncan, h. 4 Mason 
Coffin Jphn J. clerk, house 27 Chapel 
Coffin John W. house 7 Highland 
Coffin William, house 4 Bridge 
Coffin William D. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Coffin William W. fisherman,- boards 82 Duncan 
Cogan John, fisherman, house 73 Perkins 



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Cogill Margaret Mrs. house 273 Main 
Cogswell Mary, widow, house 45 Mansfield 
Colby Albertina, widow, house 6 Blake court 
Colby Amos A. paper hanger, house 23| Church 
Colby Bennett, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Colby Daniel, fisherman, house 20 Millett 
Colby George, fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Colby Henry, fisherman, house 16 Rackliffe 
Colby James, fisherman, house 39 Middle 
Colby James, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Colby Mary, widow, house 52 Park 

OLBY SAMUEL V. sailmaker, Babson's wharf, 375 
Main, house 146 Eastern avenue (see page 269) 
Colby Steward H. prop. Annisquam stage, h.. 26 Leonard 
Colby Susan D. widow of Seth S. house 60 Blynman av. 
Colby William H. fisherman, house 52 Park 
Cole Albert R. tinsmith, boards 30 Prospect 
Cole Elizabeth G. Miss, house 70 Concord, W. Gloucester 
Cole Enos, fisherman, house 4 Cross 
Cole Hugh, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Cole Israel H. boards 70 Concord, West Gloucester 
Cole Jesse F. plumber, house 13 Tremont 
Cole John J. tinsmith, house 32 Granite 
Cole John M. tinsmith, boards 30 Prospect 
Cole Mark, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Cole Mary L. widow, house 32 Granite 

COLE SETH L. florist, 9 Procter, house 3 Hancock 
(see page 275) 
Coleman Charles, carpenter, house 12 Taylor 
Coleman William, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Collamore Luther F. fisherman, house 9 Cedar 
Collier David, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Collins Andrew M. clerk, 139 Main, house 13 Stacy court 
Collins Augustus, fisherman, boards 25 Willow 
Collins Benjamin R. teamster, house Hampden street 
Collins Benjamin W. (Dennen & Collins), 2 Main, house 

181 Western avenue 
Collins Charles P. clerk, 421 Main, bds. Hampden street 
Collins David E. master mariner, house 11 Sayward 
Collins Frank, iceman, house 116 Eastern avenue 
Collins George, teamster, 139 Main, house 8 Mansfield 
Collins George W. house 49 Friend 
Collins James, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Collins John, master mariner, house 105 Prospect [Howe 
Collins John H. gen'lsec'y Y. M. C. A. 87 Main, bds. ft 
Collins Joseph W. assistant, U. S. fish commission, house 

26 Orchard • 
Collins Julia A. Mrs. died July 9, 1883 
Collins Lavinia, widow, house 39 School 



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Collins Mary Mrs. removed to Boston 
Collins Maurice, quarryman, house 12 Butman avenue 
Collins Melvin, teamster, house 3#*£tehool /Or- %4 ' <..£ £ v 
Collins Oliver T. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Collins Otis M. boards 105 Prospect 
Collins Sarah, widow, house 28 Prospect 
Collins Timothy, iceman, house 1 1 Webster 
Collins Timothy, jr. fisherman, boards 11 Webster 
Collins Walter, teamster, house 38 Prospect 
Collins Willard F. bookkeeper, 18 Main, boards 68 Middle 
Collins William, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
^Collins William H. captain, house 19 Commonwealth av. 

' Collins William H. 2d, carpenter, house 5 Bond 
Collis George, fisherman, boards 46 Park 
Colson Andrew, fisherman, house 11 Chestnut 
Colson John, fisherman, house 4 Perkins 
Colson John, fisherman, house rear 18 Spring 
Colson Samuel, fisherman, boards 11 Shepherd 
Colson, see also Carlson 
Comeau Alfred, laborer, house 6 Story 
Comeau Charles, fisherman, house 2 Story 
Comeau John, fisherman, house 10 East Main 
Comeau John, fisherman, boards 43 Perkins 
Comeau Margaret Mrs. house 63 Haskell 
Comeau Moses,. laborer, house 5 Story 
Comeau Nicholas, laborer, house 6 Marble 
Comeau Philip, laborer, boards 245 Main 
Comeau Stephen, carpenter, house TO Friend 
Comeau William, fisherman, house 12 Howe 
Comerford Francis L. fisherman, house 39 Middle 
Como Bessie, widow of Mark, house 25 Washington 

^-— Conant Thomas, physician, 28 Pleasant, house do. 
Condon Michael, fisherman, house 10 Cross 
Conley Albert, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Conley John, laborer, house 28 Fort square 
Conley Peter, fisherman, boards 28 Fort square 
Conley Thomas, laborer, boards 61 Duncan 
Connahan Charles, ship carpenter, house 6 Gould court 
Connahan Hannah, widow, house 6 Gould court 
Connell Thomas, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Connelly Barbara, widow of Martin, house 52 Perkins 
Connelly Catharine, widow of Thomas, house 66 Perkins 
Connelly Margaret, widow, house 18 Perkins 
Connelly Martin, laborer, house 13 Sadler 
Connelly Michael, fisherman, house 2 East Main 
Connors Bridget, widow, house 43 Mansfield 
Connors James, fisherman, house 16 Fort square 
Connors James, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Connors John, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 



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Connors John, fisherman, boards 293 Main 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house 8 Gilbert court 
Content Jose R. house rear 350 Main 
Content Manuel S. fisherman, house 21 Sadler 
Contonch John, fisherman, house 387 Main 
Conway John, fisherman, house 61 Commercial 
Cook Almon B. clerk, 112 Main, boards 6 Granite 
Cook Bela A. fisherman, boards 744 Washington 

r Cook Benjamin F. inspector at Custom House, house 120 
Eastern avenue 

, Cook Benjamin G. sailmaker, house^G*amte 
Cook Calvin F. boards Mrs. M. J. Cook's, W. Gloucester 
Cook Charles R. removed to Rockport 

* Cook Delia Miss, dressmaker, house 3 Winchester court 
Cook Edwin L. ( Griffin, Cook, & Co.), 257 Main, house 

122 Eastern avenue 
Cook Frank D. mason, boards 246 Main 
Cook Frank J. stonecutter, boards 744 Washington 
Cook Freeman, fisherman, house 29 Sargent 
Cook Gideon F. clerk, 288 Main, bds. 81 Western avenue 

^ Cook Henry A. ( Griffin, Cook, & Co.), painters, 257 Main, 
house 16 Spring 
Cook John H. removed to Yarmouth, N. S. 
Cook John R. laborer, house 8 Walker, W. G. 
Cook Joseph, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Cook Joseph B. foreman, house 744 Washington 
Cook Joseph M. removed to Chelsea 
Cook Leonard, grocer, 66 East Main, house 64 do. 
Cook Mary J. Mrs. house 203 Concord, W. Gloucester 

^ Cook Nathan E. engineer, house 9 Langsford 
^ Cook Robert, teamster, house 1 Maple 

Cook Samuel, boxmaker, house 4 Dexter place 
Cook Samuel K. boards 84 Prospect 
Cook William, shoemaker, boards 29 Sargent 
Cook William E. cigarmaker, house 87 Prospect 
Cook William H. removed to San Gabriel, Cal. 

f Cook William 0. ship carpenter, honse 246 Main 
Cook William W. clerk, C. H. Boynton's, b. 12 Exchange 
Coolen Ellen G. widow, house 14 Rackliffe 
Coombs Adelbert J. clerk, 288 Main, boards 35 Warner 
Coombs Amasa C. fisherman, house 56 Grove 
Coombs Clement W. edge stone cutter, h. 603 Washington 
Coombs Henry F. fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Coombs James N. fisherman, boards 273 Main 

^Coombs William, fish dealer, head of the harbor, house 
30 Chapel 
Cooney John S. fisherman, house 47 Mt. Vernon 
Cooper Margaret, widow, house 20 Gould court 
Cooper Mellen 0. teamster, house 114 Washington 



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Cooper Nellie Miss, dressmaker, 
Cooper Nicholas, stonecutter, house 362 Main 
Cooper William T. tinsmith, house 181| East Main 
Cooper William T. 2d, painter, house 3 Williams court 
Coops Mary A. Mrs. house 7 Commercial court 

! oos Benjamin F. seine maker, house 62 Eastern avenue 
Coos Charles H. laborer, house 182 East Main 
Coos Elizabeth A. widow, house 182 East Main 
Coos Henry G. fisherman, boards 182 East Main 
Coos Lydia A. widow, boards 182 East Main 
Coos James, laborer, boards 29 School 
Coos William, seine maker, 62 Eastern avenue, house do. 
Coos William, jr. net and seine manufacturer and repairer, 

23 Vincent, house 137 Prospect 
Coos, see also Coas 

Corbett William, fisherman, boards 6 Porter [field 

Corcoran Margaret, widow of Michael E. h. rear 25 Mans- 

Corcoran Michael E. died July 20, 1883 

Cordeau Charles, fisherman, house 38 Park 

Cordis John, fisherman, house 12 Cross 

Corliss Benjamin H. house 30 Pleasant 

Corliss Benjamin H. jr. bookkeeper, 31 Commercial, house 

24 Western avenue 

Corliss Bridget, widow, house 19 Bridge 

Corliss Charles B. clerk, 239 Main, b. 146 Western av. 

Corliss Christopher R. oil clothing, 70 Rogers, h. 24 Beacon 

Corliss Clara, widow of William, house 14 Forest 

Corliss Clifford G. boards 14 Forest 

Corliss Frederick, driver, boards 146 Western avenue 

Corliss Harriet W. widow, house 96 Prospect [Haskell 

Corliss Henry D. billiards, 3 Montgomery place, house 31 

Corliss James F. laborer, house 7 Mt. Pleasant court 

Corliss John, teller, Gloucester Nat. Bank.bds. 30 Pleasant 

Corliss Nancy, widow, house 133 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Corliss Reuben, stonecutter, house 146 Western avenue 

Corliss, see also Collis 

Cormack John B. fisherman, boards 14 Addison 

Cormack Thomas, boards 16 Vincent 

CORREA JOHN S. tailor, 272 Main, house 36 Sargent 
(see page 275) 
Cosgrove John A. restaurant, Rocky Neck av. h. 14 Wiley 
Cosgrove John J. saloon, 4 Short, house 238 Main 
Cosgrove, see also Crosgrove 
Cosman Ella, widow, housekeeper, 36 Mansfield 
Coste Antoine S. fisherman, house 5 Elwell court 
Coste Frank, fisherman, house 5 Elwell court 
Costello Julia, widow of Martin, boards 12 Sadler 
Costello Michael, fisherman, house 3 Harmony square 
Costello Richard, house 46 Washington 



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Cotter William, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 

Cotton Moses H. stonecutter, house 802 Washington 

Coughlan Daniel, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Coughlan Michael E. tailor, 97 Main, boards 13 Columbia 

Coughlan Patrick, fisherman, house 42 Fort square 

Coull John, carpenter, house 14 Prospect 

Courant Antoine, fisherman, house 46 Perkins 

Courcy John, stonecutter, house 94 High 

Couria Anthony J. clerk, 315 Main, house 33 Sargent 

Coysh John, quarryman, house 921 Washington 

Crane Charles H. cooper, boards 134 East Main 

Crane Frederick, fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 

Crane Samuel R. cooper, 135 East Main, house 134 do. 

Cranton James U. carpenter, house 11 Spring 

Cranton Sarah, widow, house 11 Spring 

Cranton William, stonecutter, h. near Thompson st. W. G-. 

Crawley Augustus, fisherman, boards 13 Shepherd 

Crawley Bridget, widow, house 13 Shepherd 

Crawley (James) & Bartles (N. A.), boots and shoes, 138 

Main, boards 13 Shepherd 
Crawley Patrick, fisherman, house 7 Commercial court 
Crawley Thomas F. fisherman, boards 19 Willow 
Crawley William, fisherman, house 19 Willow 
Cressy Abigail, widow, house 144 Western avenue 
Cressy Addison B. clerk, 135 Main, bds. 19 Dale avenue 
Cressy Alfred, house IT Granite 

Cressy Charles C. fishery, 23 Rogers, house 56 Middle 
Cressy Daniel G. carpenter, house 120 Prospect 
Cressy David, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Cressy Edwin, lodging house, 140 Main, house 79 Middle 
Cressy Fred W. grocer, 11 Millett, boards 120 Prospect 
Cressy Gilman, fisherman, house 28 Witham 
Cressy Gorham B. boxmaker, boards 120 Prospect 
Cressy Walter, teamster, boards 144 Western avenue 
Cressy William P. provisions, 135 Main, house 34 Granite 
Crispin Andrew H. carpenter, 396 Western av. h. 406 do. 
Crispin Joseph R. carpenter, h. Magnolia av. cor. Fuller 
Oritchett George M. fisherman, house 51 Friend 
Critchett James L. fisherman, house rear 136 Prospect 
€rittenden Charles, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Crittenden Gilman, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

^^ Crittenden Margaret, widow, house rear 37 Friend 
Crittenden Samuel F. fisherman, house 7 Haskell 
•Crockett James, fisherman, house 6 Gould court 
Crockett Jennie L. Miss, clerk, boards 11 Prospect square 

\3k — Crockett William T. shoemaker and junk dealer, 451 Main, 
house 1 1 Prospect square 
€rockett William T. jr. clerk, 68 Main, b. 11 Prospect sq. 
Croft John, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 






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Croft Robert, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

Cromwell George, house 629 Washington 

Cromwell James A. fisherman, house 23 Exchange 

Cromwell Judson L. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 

Cronin Frank, boards 68 Maplewood avenue 

Cronin James, engineer, boards 68 Maplewood avenue 

Cronin John, gardener, house 5 Pearl 

Cronin Michael, house 68 Maplewood avenue 

Cronin Patrick, laborer, house 7 Pearl 

Cronin Robert T. telegraph operator, boards 7 Pearl 

Cronin Thomas, gardener, house 13 Park 

^ Cronin William, deputy sheriff, 153 Main, h. 8 Exchange 
Cronin William H. clerk, 103 Main, boards 8 Exchange 
Crosby Edwin F. oil clothing maker, b. 42 Maplewood av. 
Crosby Hatsel E. house 150 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Crosby Israel, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Crosby James A. clerk, 276 Main, boards 4 Fears court 
Crosgrove Sarah A. widow, house 4 Fears court 
Crosgrove William H. hairdresser, 206 Main, b. 4 Fears ct. 
Cross Albert H. laborer, boards 28 School 
Cross Arthur E. clerk, boards 28 School 
Cross Charles, fisherman, house Mt. Vernon, near Elwell 
Cross John, laborer, house 28 School 

^"Cross William H. sailmaker, 227 East Main, h. 8 Spring 
Crossin William G. driver, 315 Main, house 12 Marchant 
Crossman William A. fisherman, boards 26 Main 

^ Crouse James W. clerk, 32 Main, house 85 Prospect 

CROWE CHARLES W. dyer, 251 Main, bds. 12 Foster 
(see page 268) 
Crowell Charles, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Crowell Herbert, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
.Crowell Silas L. variety store, 271 Main, house do. 
Crowell Thomas S. fisherman, house 50 Park 
Crowell William, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
Crowley Cornelius, house 65 Washington 
Crowley John, fisherman, house 22 Shepherd 
Crowley Peter, fisherman, boards 200 Main 
Crowley, see also Crawley 

Cuddy Francis, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Cuddy John, fisherman, house 22 Sadler 
Cuddy, see also Coday 

Cullen Michael, fisherman, house 41 Washington 
Cummings Catharine, widow, house 16 Vincent 
Cummings Charles A. summer residence, Magnolia avenue, 

near the point 
Cummings Hector, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Cummings James, fisherman, boards 20 Gould court 
Cummings Robert, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Cummings Thomas J. tel. operator, 57 Main, b. 30 Exchange 



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Cummings William J. carpenter, house 30 Exchange 
Cunningham Augustus F. fisherman, house 2 Taylor 
Cunningham Catharine, widow, house 89 Washington 
Cunningnam Catharine, widow of Michael, h. 723 Wash. 
Cunningham Edward M. laborer, house 19 Maplewood av. 
Cunningham Elbridge D. laborer, boards 41 School 
Cunningham James, painter, 14 Commercial, h. 6 Millett 
Cunningham John, secretary, Gloucester Fire Insurance 

Co.; also (Fears & Cunningham), 191 Main, house 126 

Washington 
Cunningham John, stonecutter, boards 723 Washington 
Cunningham John G-. fisherman, house 15 Beacon 
Cunningham K. dressmaker, house 52 Middle 
Cunningham Michael, stonecutter, boards 723 Washington 
Cunningham Nehemiah D. (Pettingill $ Cunningham) 66 

Commercial, house 69 Washington 
Cunningham Richard, fisherman, house 89 Washington 
Cunningham Richard I. fisherman, house 11 Maple 
Cunningham (Sylvester) & Thompson ( William), fisheries, 

88 Commercial, house 12 Hovey 
Cunningham Sylvester Mrs. house 12 Hovey 
Cunningham William, stonecutter, bds. 723 Washington 
Cunningham William T. clerk, City Nat. Bank, b. 12 Hovey 
Curley Hugh, fisherman, house rear 21 Bass av. 
Curley John, fisherman, house 18 Webster 
Curley Patrick, fisherman, house 11 Blake court 
Curnell Patrick, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Curran B. F. stonecutter, boards 677 Washington 
Currie Martin, fisherman, house 65 Eastern avenue 
Currier Eben D. farmer, house 236 Concord, W. G. 

CURRIER EDWARD H. & CO. express, 131 Main, 
house 341 do. (see page 270) 
Currier Edward S. farmer, boards 236 Concord, W. G. 
Currier Ezra H. farmer, boards 236 Concord, W. G. 
Currier Frank H. house 11 Lincoln, W r est Gloucester 

CURRIER JOHN J. stoves and tinsmith, 119 and 121 
Duncan, house 29 Prospect square (see page 273) 
Currier Manuel, fisherman, house 57 Friend 
Currier William E. farmer, house 229 Concord, W. G. 
Currier William L. farmer, house 243 Concord, W. G. 
Currier, see also Correa 

Curry Archibald, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Curry George, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Curtis Abbie F. Mrs. teacher, Sawyer Grammar school, 

boards 38 Prospect 
Curtis Charles M. died April 24, 1884 
Curtis Clifford M. house 10 Haskell 
Curtis Dorcas P. widow, house 87 Prospect 
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Curtis Emily, widow of Charles M. house 99 Prospect 

Curtis Hanuah, widow, house 46 Prospect 

Curtis Henry, mason, house 144 Washington 

Curtis Howard A. tinsmith, house 5 Bridge 

Curtis John, lost at sea 

Curtis L. Richmond, farmer, house 7 Bridge 

Curtis Samuel, farmer, house 138 Washington 

Curtis Samuel, jr. farmer, house 224 Washington 

Curtis Thales, house 46 Prospect 

Curzon John R. fisherman, house 43 Warner 

Cusick Richard J. stonecutter, house 38 Revere 

Custance Robert, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 

CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, J. Jacobs & Co. 103 
and 105 Main (see back cover) 
Cutter George W. manager, Naumkeag Branch Clothing, 
18 Main, house 13 Church 

DADE DANIEL F. blacksmith, house 20 Andrews 
Dade Jason C. clerk, S. W. Oakes', Rocky Neck, house 

24 Highland 
Dady James, fisherman, house 5§ Washington 
Daggett Elias, laborer, house 22 Gee avenue 
Daggett George W. paving cutter, house 4 Albion court 
Daggett John, quarryman, house 646 Washington 
Daggett Warren E. fisherman, boards 4 Albion court 
Dagle Carrie, widow of Charles, house 9 Highland 
Dagle Charles, blacksmith, boards 10 Sargent 
Dagle Charles, fisherman, lost at sea January, 1883 
Dagle Edmund, laborer, boards 46 Washington 
Dagle Oliver, blacksmith, house 10 Sargent 
Dagle Ozro F. clerk, 171 East Main, boards 9 Highland 
Dago John A. clerk, house 21 Friend 
Dago John B. grocer, 21 Friend, house 19 do. 
Dailey John, laborer, boards Joseph Dailey's 
Dailey Joseph, laborer, house rear 888 Washington 
Dakin Charles, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Dale Eben (Boston), house 229 Western avenue 
Dalton William, baker, house 21 Park 
Dalton William, fisherman, hoards 19 Commercial 
Daly Charles, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Daly David, laborer, house 932 Washington 
Daly Jeremiah, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Daly John, quarryman, house rear 647 Washington 
Daly Margaret, widow, house 9 Shepherd 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 9 Shepherd 
Daly Thomas, fisherman, boards 6 Decatur, E. Gloucester 
Damon Ezra L. died December 8, 1883 
Damon Lucy, widow of Ezra L. house 36 School 



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~~ ~W ^NFORTH ( Charles E. ) &GKLFFIN ( Thaddeus F.), 
I ) painters, 35 Washington, h. 38 Keacon (see p. 277) 
Danforth James, house 5 Eastern avenue 
Daniels Edward, fisherman, house 4 Pine 
Daniels James, painter, 257 Main 
Daniels James C. clerk, boards 254 Main 
Daniels John, fisherman, house 28 Exchange 
Daniels John J. calker, boards 12 Liberty 
Daniels Michael, fisherman, house 9 Gould court 
Dann H. M. Mrs. summer boarding house, 325 East Main 
Dann Joseph, house 325 East Main 
Darcy Hugh, ship carpenter, house 13 Friend 
^Darling Fred E. teamster, house 29 Exchange 
Dauphinee David A. fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Dauphinee James, fisherman, boards 334 Main 



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d James A. boots and shoes, 45 Main, h. 5 Summit- 

d Thomas F. grocer, 3 Taylor, house 10 do. 

s Abby L. Mrs. boards 358 Main 

s Addison, house 5 Union court 

s Adin A. ship carpenter, house 15 Haskell 

s Albert, carpenter, house 6 Leonard 

s Alfred, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 

s Alphonso ( Geo. E. Dams & Bro.), 

boards 7 Highland 

s Amanda Mrs. boards 40'Granite 

s Ann, widow, house 46 Prospect 

s Ann, widow, removed to Beverly 

s Benjamin, farmer, died Aug. 2, 1883 

s Bros. ( Geo. Albert and Fred L.), grocers, 159 Main 

s Cassander, carpenter, house 272 Washington 

s Charles, fisherman, house 2 Cross 

s Charles G. trav. salesman, house 2 Concord, W. G. 

s Charles H. baker, boards 8 Western avenue 

s Charles 0. brewer, Geo. A. Davis', h. 71 Western av. 

s Charles W. laborer, house 2 Laurel, W. Gloucester 

s Curtis (Cambridge), summer res. Cambridge av. 

s Daniel, fisherman, boards 38 Middle 

s David L. blacksmith, Porter's wharf, 

s (Eben) & Co. (F. E. Davis), stoves, 

Main, house 10 Prospect 

s Eben H. mariner, house 14 Leonard 

s Edgar A. boards 5 Union court 

s Elias, house 12 Arlington 

s Elias, jr. house 16 Arlington 

s Epes, house 4 Bridgewater 

s Epes, jr. ship carpenter and blockmaker, rear 169 

East Main, house 15 Say ward 

s Fitz W. sailmaker, Parsons' wharf, E. G. house 117 

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60 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

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Davis Frances Miss, teacher, house 31 Pleasant 
Davis Frances C. Miss, house 14 Chestnut 
Davis Francis, hostler, house 10 Locust 
Davis Francis H. boards 358 Main 

Davis Frank E. (Davis & Co.), 278 Main, house 268 do. 
Davis Frank H. bakery and dining room, 15 Commercial, 

boards 8 Western avenue 
Davis Frank H. printer, 191 Main, boards 5 Lookout 
Davis Franklin, carpenter, house 7 Orchard 
Davis Fred. L. (Davis Bros.), 159 Main, b. 32 Wash. sq. 
Davis Frederick M. farmer, boards 52 Leonard 
Davis Frederick P. (Johnson & Davis), 29 Washington, 

house 52 do. 
Davis Gardner L. laborer, boards 252 East Main 
Davis George, house 6 Leonard 
Davis George, jr. fisherman, house 2 Leonard 
Davis George Albert (Davis Bros.), 159 Main, boards 32 

Washington square 

DAYIS GEORGE A. brewer and bottler, basement Saw- 
yer's block, 95 Main, h. 51 Western av. (see p. 279) 
Davis George C. farmer, boards 464 Washington 
Davis (George E.) & Bro. (Alphonso), grocers, 271 East 

Main, house 285 do. 
Davis George H. baker, boards 8 Western avenue 
Davis George H. fisherman, house 13 Hammond 
Davis George H. fisherman, house 8 Story 
Davis George W. blacksmith, boards 272 Washington 
Davis Gideon L.' carpenter, boards 52 Leonard 
Davis Gilbert, carpenter, house 4 Leonard 
Davis Gorham, stable, Magnolia village, house 5 Lookout 
Davis Henrietta, widow of Charles, house 65 Leonard 
Davis Henry, fisherman, boards 14 Smith 
Davis Henry P. Mrs. house 17 Commercial 
Davis H. P. Mrs. removed to Swampscott 
Davis James, justice, Police Court, notary public and auc- 
tioneer, Bergengren block, 132 Main, house 37 do. 
Davis Jennie C. teacher, boards 27 Leonard 
Davis Jennie S. teacher (Boston), boards 4 Leonard 
Davis John, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Davis John, fisherman, house 11 Rackliffe 
Davis John D. postmaster, Annisquam, and variety store, 
40 Leonard, house 35 do. [Granite 

Davis John F. clerk, Parmenter, Rice, & Co.'s, house 28 
Davis John J. house 11 Arlington 

Davis John T. farmer, h. 15 Concord, West Gloucester 
Davis Joseph, carpenter, house 4 Woodbury 
Davis Joseph D. clerk, house 5 Spring court 
Davis Joseph E. fisherman, house 48 Wharf 
Davis Joseph R. fisherman, house 75 Washington 



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Davis J. C. (Cambridge), summer res. Cambridge avenue 
Davis Laura A. Miss, teacher, Bradstreet school, boards 

65 Leonard 
Davis Lucy S. Miss, boards 46 Prospect 
Davis Margaret, widow, boards 443 Washington 
Davis Marietta C. clerk, Post-office, boards 7 Orchard 
Davis Mary A. widow of Benjamin, house 464 Washington 
■Davis Mary A. widow, house 5 Granite 
Davis Nancy D. widow, house 75 Washington 
Davis Nathaniel, summer res. Atlantic av. cor. Beach av. 
Davis Oliver, carpenter, house 245 Washington 
Davis Otis., carpenter, house 129 Leonard 
Davis R. Edwin, ship carpenter, h. Stanwood av.,Fernwood 
Davis Sebastian S. teamster, house 27 Leonard 
Davis Thomas, fisherman, house 14 Smith* 
Davis Timothy, removed to Rockport 
Davis William, master mariner, house 52 Leonard 
Davis William, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Davis William B. carpenter, house 10 Prospect 
Davis William F. painter, house 50 Friend 
Davis William F. of 41 Pleasant, died May 8, 1384 
Davis William G. milkman, house 6 Arlington 

DATES WILLIAM H. H. blacksmith, 24 Commercial, 
and stable, 31 do. h. 89 Western av. (see page 282) 
Davis William J. clerk. 98 Main, rms. 37 Washington 
Davis William P. house 8 Western avenue 
Davis William P. jr. boards 8 Western avenue 
Day Abbie L. widow, house 3 Grove 
Day Alonzo, teamster, house Beach av. East Gloucester 
Day Alvah P. teamster, boards 13 Pine 
Day Ann W. widow of John N. house 109 Wheeler 
Day Charles C. teamster, A. Dodge's, h. 142 Washington 
Day Charles II. teamster, house 16 Millett 
Day Eben, laborer, house 41 Reynard 
Day Edwin C. driver, boards 13 Pine 
Day Elbridge, shoemaker, 1 Bay View place, house 5 do. 
Day Elbridge G. watchman, house 626 Washington 
Day Elias E. boards 14 Forest 
Day Elizabeth, widow, house 101 Wheeler 
Day Elizabeth W. widow, house 49 Leonard 
Day Ella F. teacher, Babson Grammar school, bds. 13 Pine 
Day George, carpenter, boards 10 Winchester court 
Day George E. fisherman, boards 93 Wheeler 
Day George H. fisherman, h. Eastern av. rear of the pond 
Day Isaac, laborer, house 39 Reynard 
Day Isaac F. mason, boards 41 Reynard 
Day Isaac 0. iron founder, house 93 Wheeler 
Day John N. died June 8, 1884 
Day John W. carpenter, house 15 Wheeler 



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Day John W. carriage painter, boards 300 Washington 

Day J. Frank, plumber, boards 142 Washington 

Day Leander A. Mrs. house 14 Chestnut 

Day Leonard G. house 93 Wheeler 

Day Martha J. widow, house 13 Pine 

Day Nathaniel, fisherman, house 8 Prospect 

Day Oliver E. Mrs. house 4 Bridge 

Day Rachel R. widow, house 93 Wheeler 

Day Reuben W. stone mason, house 126 Eastern avenue 

Day Samuel C. carpenter, house 300 Washington 

Day Samuel F. locomotive engineer, house Colburn street 

Day Sarah D. Mrs. dressmaker, house 254 Main 

Day Sargent S. house rear 21 Pleasant 

Day Sargent S. 2d, furniture, 6 Pleasant, h. 55 Western av. 

Day Thomas, jr. rigger, house 15 Allen 

Day William, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 

DeCoste Benjamin, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 

DeCoste Edwin, fisherman, house 49 Mt. Vernon 

DeCoste James, lost at sea, August, 1883 

DeCoste John, fisherman, house 21 Dike 

DeCoste Joseph, fisherman, hous% 51 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

DeCoste Joseph, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

DeCoste Mary E. widow of James, house 79 Washington 

DeCoste Peter, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 

Dedcovich John A. laborer, boards 277 East Main 

Dedcovich Matthew B. fisherman, boards 277 East Main 

Dedcovich Patience S. widow, house 277 East Main 

Deering Isaac W. wharf builder, house 14 Liberty 

Deering Isaac W. jr. clerk, boards 14 Liberty 

Deering James A. fisherman, house 44 Wharf 

Degerholn Augustus, boards Gloucester Hotel 

DeLahaye John P. laborer, house 52 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

DeLahaye Maria, widow, boards 48 Rocky Neck avenue 

Delaney Barnabas, carpenter, house 90 Washington 

Delaney Edward, removed to Walpole 

Delaney William P. fisherman, house Parker court 

Delaney Miss, house 2 Young avenue 

Delanty Benjamin, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 
Delf Peter, fisherman, house 140 East Main 
Delory Francis, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Delory William E. fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Delouchery David, fisherman, house 20 Sargent 
Demarque Charles, musician, house 11 Highland court 
Demings Alexander, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Demings Rachel, widow, house 30 Taylor 
Dempsey William, fisherman, house 18 Hammond 
Dench John T. D. fisherman, house 14 Racklifie 
Dench Nettie VV. Miss, teacher, boards 14 Marchant 



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Denham Matthew T. sec'y Cape Ann Anchor Works ; also 

{Griffin, Denham, & Co.), coal, Bradford's wharf, 

house 28 Granite 
Dennen Arthur, driver, house 4 Bridgewater 
Dennen Charles, farmer, house 397 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Dennen George, farmer, house 6 Causeway, W. G. 
Dennen George E. fisherman, boards 1 Brierwood 
Dennen (Henry P.) & Collins (B. W.), provisions, 2 Main, 

boards 37 Western avenue 
Dennen Howard, farmer, house 12 Concord, W. G. 
Dennen Jacob W. milkman, house 262 Essex av., W. G. 
Dennen J. Albert, farmer, boards 6 Causeway, W. G. 
Dennen Nathaniel Mrs. house 12 Concord, W. G. 
Dennen Parker J. milkman, house 221 Concord, W. G. 
Dennen Sarah E. dressmaker, b. Charles Dennen's, W. G. ; 
Dennen Solomon, fisherman, house 1 Brierwood 
Dennen William, farmer, house 221 Concord, W. G. 
Dennen William, fisherman, boards 1 Brierwood 
Dennen William H. blacksmith, bds. 6 Causeway, W. G. 
Dennen William H. (H. N. Andrews & Co.), 46 Duncan, 

house 37 Western avenue 
Dennett John P. dentist, 156 Main, house 15 Middle 
Dennett William, fresh fish, Fort wharf, house 5 Beacon 
Dennis Eliza W. Mrs. died May 31, 1883 
Dennis George, fisheries and groceries, 9 Montgomery 

place, house 10 Sayward 
Dennis George H. fish dealer, Dennis' whf. b. 10 Sayward 
Dennis Helen M. Miss, teacher, boards 10 Sayward 
Dennis Henry, clerk, Andrew Leighton's, h. at Rockport 
Dennis John B. driver, boards 305 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Dennis [John G.) & Ayer (James S.), fishery, 52 Wharf, 

cor. Pearce, house at Rockport 
ennis Joseph J. house 26 Chestnut 
Dennis Timothy, died March 8, 1884 
Dennis William Mrs. house 25 Leonard 
Dennis William E. house 25 Leonard 
Dennis William P. carpenter, house 7 Middle 
Dennison Albert E. teamster, .house 21 Pearl 
Dennison Charles W. house 13 Middle 
Dennison David, pattern maker, Cape Ann Granite Works, 

house Revere street 
Dennison Frank P. clerk, 84 Washington, house 10 Pearl 
Dennison Georgianna, widow of Eliphas, house 21 Pearl 
Dennison James W. stonecutter, house 20 Curve 
Dennison John M. laborer, house 60 Maplewood avenue 
Dennison Jonathan A. blacksmith. Chester sq. house 4 do. 
Dennison William W. fisherman, house 8 Pearl 
Dennison Winfield S. fisherman, boards 21 Pearl 
Denny Reuben, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 



64 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Densmore George, carpenter, boards Tl Duncan 

Dentremont John, carpenter, boards 35 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Dentremont Peter, carpenter, boards 35 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Dentremont William, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

Desmond Cornelius, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Deveau Constant, carpenter, house 35 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Deveau Joseph W. carpenter, house 63 East Main 

Deveau Luck, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

Devine Joseph, fisherman, boards 249 Main 

DeVries Henry, boatman, Custom House, h. 44 Western av. 

Dewan James, fisherman, house 6 Orchard 

Dewan Michael J. fish skinner, boards 6 Orchard 

Dewart Albert, fisherman, house 7 Blake court 

Dewart Antoine, fisherman, house 49 Mt. Vernon 

De Winter James A. fish cutter, house 13 Dike 

DeWolf Isaiah, fisherman, boards 34 Granite 

Dexter Alvah II. fisherman, house 19 Beacon 

Dexter Charles A. laborer, house 61 Maplewood avenue 

Dexter Eliza Mrs. died Feb. 21, 1883 

Dexter E. Frank, laborer, boards 4 Dexter place 

Dexter George A. house 4 Dexter^ place 

Dexter George W. fisherman, house 43 Prospect 

Dexter James II. fisherman, boards 61 Maplewood avenue 

Dexter Samuel D. driver, house 4 Dexter place 

Dexter Samuel D. jr. hairdresser, house 4 Trask 

Dexter William II. house 126 Magnolia avenue 

DeYoung Dominick, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 

Diffin George, fisherman, house 13 Marchant 

Diggius Arthur, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 

Diggins John, cooper, house 11 Commercial court 

Diggins John II. fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 

Diggins Lawrence, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 

Diggins Patrick, fisherman, house 20 Millett 

Diggins Robert, fisherman, boards 9 Commercial court 

Diggins Robert, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 

Diggins Stephen, fisherman, boards 46 Park 

Diggins Thomas, fisherman, house 13 Pearl 

Diggins William, fisherman, boards 9 Commercial court 

Dillon Daniel, laborer, house 68 Perkins 

Dinn Michael, fisherman, boards 24 Gould court 

Dixon Alexander, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 

Dixon Eugene F. fisherman, boards 72 Washington 

Dixon George A. master mariner, boards 6 Angle 

Dixon George W. fisherman, boards 72 Washington 

Dixon James, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Dixon Jennie, widow of John, house rear 134 Prospect 

Dixon John, lost at sea, February, 1884 

Dixon .John J. anchor maker, house foot of Whittemore 

Doane Samuel, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 65 

Dobson Benjamin, carpenter, boards 26 Friend 

Dobson George, fisherman, boards 26 Friend 

Dodd Andrew W. & Co. (G. H. Parsons), oils, 5 and 7 

Wharf street, house 110 Prospect 
Dodd A. Franklin, removed to Rockport 
Dodd Martha Mrs. died March, 1884 

Dodd Stephen & Co. insurance, 17 Rogers, h. at Rockport 
Dodd Stephen J. removed to Rockport 
Dodge Albert, flour and grain, Tremont, cor. Cedar, house 

20 Granite 
Dodge Eliza S. Miss, saleswoman, 170 Main, b. 20 Exchange 
Dodge Granville L. fisherman, house 15 Staten 
Dodge John B. shoemaker, 395 Western avenue, house do. 
Dodge John T. billiards, 119 Main, house do. 
Dodge Leonard A. clerk, 9 Main, h. 11 Rowe sq. (West) 
Dodge Maria J. widow, boards 19 Warner 
Dodge Nathan M. fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 
Dodge Peter S. proprietor Commercial House, 43 Commer- 
cial, house do. 
Dodge Stephen L. clerk, boards 19 Warner 
Doe Geor^ge Mrs. house 154 Washington 
Doe George F. boards 154 Washington 
Doeble Charles F. cigar manuf. 230 Main, h. 105 Prospect 
Doherty Frank, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Doherty James, mackerel packer, house 3 Beach court 
Dollard Philip H. carriage painter, boards 27 Chestnut 
Dolliver Brothers (John S. and Wm. C), grocers, 32 Main 
-Dolliver Edward, city treasurer, City Hall, h. 10 Chestnut 
Dolliver Edward S. L. house 214 Main 

Dolliver Frank, driver, W. H. Friend's, house 122 Prospect 
Dolliver John S. (Dolliver Bros.), 32 Main, boards 34 do. 
Dolliver Joseph F. clerk, foot Vincent, house 122 Prospect 
'Dolliver William C. (Dolliver Bros.), 32 Main, h. 35 Beacon 
Dolliver William H. painter, house 1 Blynman avenue 
Dolliver William P. auctioneer and ins. agent, h. 34 Main 
Donahue Michael, hostler, boards 15 Commercial 
Dondero John B. and Philip, fruit, 137 Main, h. 16 Hancock 
Donnell John F. fisherman, house 15 Spring 
Donnelly James, fisherman, boards 29 Pearce 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, boards 22 Shepherd 
Donovan James, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Donovan James, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Doran Thomas, mariner, house 41 Mansfield 
Dorr Edward, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Dorr George W. bootmaker, 1 Curve, house 4 do. 
Dorsett Joseph, stonecutter, house 172 Concord, W. G. 
Dorsey Elizabeth, widow, house 34 Perkins 
Doty George, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Doty William, fisherman, boards 301 Main 



66 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Doucett Jerry, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Doucett Jesse, stonecutter, boards 50 Friend 
Doucett R. fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Doucett Thomas, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Doucett William, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 

^-^"Douglass Abba, widow, house 38 Prospect 

Douglass Albert E. fisherman, house 245 East Main 
Douglass Bros. (George and Samuel G. jr.), steam ferry, 

foot of Duncan 
Douglass Charles, house 132 East Main 
Douglass Charles G. painter, boards 132 East Main 
Douglass Daniel, seine repairer, h. 116 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Douglass Frank, fisherman, house 6 Gerring 
Douglass Frederick L. fisherman, boards 245 East Main 
Douglass George, laborer, house 7 Allen 

^^^ Douglass George (Douglass Bros.), house 25 Highland 
Douglass George H. fisherman, house 5 Page 
Douglass George W. fisherman, house 170 East Main 
Douglass Herman F. tailor, 203 East Main, house 140 do. 
Douglass John, jr. fisherman, house 10 Davis 
Douglass John W. fisherman, boards 10 Davis 
Douglass Jonathan, variety store, 165 East Main, boards 

10 Chapel 
Douglass Joseph, house rear 322 East Main 
Douglass Mary V. Mrs. died May 5, 1883 
Douglass Robert, fisherman, house 166 East Main 
Douglass Robert, jr. fisherman, house 17 Highland court 
Douglass Robert, 3d, fisherman, house rear 322 Main 
Douglass Samuel C. house 89 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Douglass Samuel C. jr. (Douglass Bros.), house 12 Plum 
Douglass Thomas, fisherman, house 245 East Main 
Douglass Thomas, jr. fisherman, house 6 Gerring 
Douglass T. Henry, laborer, boards 89 Mt. Pleasant ay. 
Douglass Warren B. fisherman, boards 10 Davis 
Douglass William C. fisherman, house 10 Chapel 
Douglass William S. fisherman, house rear 427 Western av„ 

DOW CHARLES H. carpenter, 20 Mansfield, boards 
do. (see page 270) 
Dow John C. Mrs. summer res., Atlantic av., Bass Rocks 
Dowdell John, fisherman, boards 70 Friend 
Dowell James, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Dower Frederick J. carpenter, house 408 Western av. 
Downes Bartholomew, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Downes J. W. C. cutter, 103 Main, h. 8 Washington sq. 
Downes Solomon F. fisherman, house 76 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Downes William, boards 76 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Downey William, fisherman, house 21 Bass avenue 
Downing Charles A. baker, boards 22 Washington 
Doyle Charles Henry, fisherman, house 4 Exchange 






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Doyle John, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 

Doyle Rachel, widow, house 49 Perkins 

Doyle William, fisherman, house 70 Friend 

Drager William, fisherman, boards 24 Gould court 

Drake Francis M. teamster, house 838 Washington 

Dresser Wentworth, fisherman, house 25 Washington 

Drestrup Augustus A. varieties, 42 Warner, house 40 do. 

Dring Thomas, anchor maker, house foot of Whittemore 

Driscoll Daniel, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 

Driscoll Elizabeth B. widow, house 5 Franklin square 

Driscoll Florence, saloon, 7 Commercial, boards 217 Main 

Driscoll Mary Ellen, widow, house 19 Willow 

Drohan William, quarry man, house 24 North Kilby 

Duclow Alonzo H. boards 6 Allen 

Duclow Anthony, teaming, 6 Allen, house do. 

Duclow Anthony, jr. driver, Geo. A. Davis', bds. 6 Allen 

Duclow Frank E. teamster, boards 6 Allen 

Duclow Lewis H. teamster, boards 6 Allen 

Duffney Edgar, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 

Duffy Daniel, lost at sea, October, 1883 

Duffy Ellen, widow of Daniel, house 52 Perkins 

Duffy John, fisherman, boards 69 Rogers 

Duffy John J. fisherman, boards 52 Perkins 

Duffy Mary, widow, house 16 Tremont 

Dugan Patrick, fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 

Duke Frank, fisherman, house 82 Washington 

Duley Albert R. master mariner, house 18 Church 

Duley Elizabeth, widow of Nathaniel, house 32 Pine 

Duley James, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 

Duley James, mariner, house 5 Langsford 

Duley John L. fisherman, house 864 Washington 

Duley' Martin, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 

Duley Mary E. bookkeeper, 108 Main, boards 32 Pine 

Duley M. Herbert, freighter, house 4 Langsford 

Duley Sarah P. Mrs. died October 2, 1883 

Dulong Frank, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 

Dumas William, quarryman, house 706 Washington 

Dunbar William H. blacksmith, house 53 Warner 

Duncan Frank T. clerk, 77 Main, boards Gloucester Hotel 

Dunn Bessie Miss, saleswoman, 109 Main, b. 8 Western av. 

Dunn Ellen, widow, house 48 Park 

Dunn Frank, laborer, house 72 East Main 

Dunn James, tailor, Prospect, cor. School, h. 5 Centre ct. 

Dunn John, fisherman, house 11 Pearl 

Dunn William, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

Dunn William, fisherman, house 79 Washington 

Dunning James, laborer, house 126 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Dunton Manton, fisherman, boards 60 Main 

Durgin Thomas, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 



68 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Durland Charles H. blacksmith, Hancock, corner Rogers, 

house 85 Prospect 
Durney Garrett, house 389 Main 
Durney James, boards 389 Main 
Dustin Frank, cigar maker, boards 46 Main 
Dustin John K. house 831 Washington * 
Dustin John K. jr. (J. Pew & Son), 331 Main, h. 28 Middle 
Dustin (Worthy) & Sanders (Joseph), grocers, 826 Wash- 
ington, house 858 do. 
Dwyer Sarah J. teacher, boards 55 Warner 
Dwyer William 0. laborer, house Vale court 
Dyberg Petrus H. fishermen'', boards 11 Prospect 
Dyer Abraham B. clerk, 204 Main, boards do. 
Dyer J. Franklin Mrs. widow, house 54 Leonard 

EAMES ISAAC M. supt. T. Brigham Bishop & Co.'s, 23 

Duncan, boards 13 Western avenue 
Earle Osman 0. gardener, house 305 Western avenue 
Eason Albert H. laborer, house 44 Rocky Neck avenue 
Eason William H. laborer, house 10 Wiley 
Easton Edward, laborer, house 10 Story 
Eaton George F. Rev. removed to Waltham 
Edgar Richard R. house 7 Pearce 
Edgar Smith, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Edman Herman, fisherman, boards 18 Water 
Edmunds Andrew J. cutter, 151 Main, b. Belmont House 
Edmundson Andrew, fisherman, h. 118 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Edson Maud Mrs. saloon, 8 Porter, house do. 
Edwards Alfred W. stonecutter, house 14 Leonard 
Edwards Charles, fisherman, boards 2 Pine 
Edwards George H. stonecutter, boards 47 Leonard 
Edwards Thomas, house 47 Leonard 
Egan Anastasia, widow, house 9 Prospect 
Ehler Isabella, widow, house 11 Prospect 
Ehler James, fisherman, boards 11 Prospect 
Eisan Isaac, lost at sea 

Eisan Margaret, widow of Isaac, house 12 Smith 
Eldridge Barney, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Ellery Benjamin, furniture, 12 Hancock, house do. 

<• Ellery Benjamin F. furniture, 12 Hancock, h. 24 Exchange 

f Ellery David H. pilot, house 23 Granite, corner Winter 
Ellery Eliza J. widow, house 21 Dike 
Ellery George J. pilot, house 117 Washington 

"Ellery John, carpenter, house 202 Washington 
Ellery Lavinia, widow of Nathaniel, h. 7 Gilbert court 
Ellery Samuel, farmer, died Feb. 10, 1884 
Ellery William P. painter, 16 Wharf, house 7 Chestnut 

^Elliott Alexander E. ticket seller, E. R.R. h. 8 Addison 
Ellis Charles, fisherman, house 130 East Main 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 69 

Ellis Joseph, carpenter, house 25 Mt. Vernon 

Ellis Nathan, fisherman, boards 6 Angle 

Ellison John M. carpenter, house 52 Park 

Ellison Michael, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Elstream Eva C. widow, house 18 Highland 

Elwell Andrew, tailor, 100 Main, house 113 Washington 

Elwell Andrew, jr. merchant tailor, 173 Main,h. at Danvers 

Elwell Benjamin, fisherman, house 34 Witham 

Elwell Charles, carpenter, house 355 Washington 

Elwell Charles C. clerk, 6 Locust, bds. 355 Washington 

Elwell Charles W. laborer, house 9 Norwood court 

Elwell D. Jerome, artist, boards 26 Prospect 

Elwell Eben, fisherman, boards 9 Stage Fort avenue 

Elwell Edward, paving cutter, house 605 Washington 

Elwell Eliza Mrs. died Dec. 21, 1882 

Elwell Ephraim, fisherman, house 89 Mt. Pleasant avenne 

Elwell Fitz, house off Revere street, near Washington 

Elwell George Mrs. house 26 Prospect 

Elwell George, painter, house 9 Stage Fort avenue 

Elwell George F. painter, house 16 Sadler 

Elwell John J. fisherman, house 316 Washington 

Elwell Joseph, fisherman, house 5 Norwood court 

Elwell Kilby W. painter, 119 Main, h. 22 Washington 

Elwell Lydia T. Mrs. house 126 Washington 

Elwell Samuel, fisherman, house 30 Millett 

Elwell Timothy R. Mrs. house 355 Washington 

Elwell William, fisherman, boards 9 Stage Fort avenue 

Elwell William A. photographer, house 13 Mason 

Elwell William H. stonecutter, house 654 Washington 

Emerson Burt, time keeper, Cape Ann Granite Works, Bay 

View, house 11 Bennett 
Emerson John M. clerk, house 312 Main 
Emerton Oliver S. teamster, house 8 Lewis court 
Emerton Sarah E. Miss, nurse, house 45 School 
Emery Oliver H. blacksmith, house 8 Elm 
Emery Oscar L. laborer, house 22 Andrews 
English John, cook, house 25 Liberty 
Engstrom Nils, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Ennis Justin, lost at sea 
Enos Antoine, fisherman, house 70 Friend 
Enos Eben F. painter, house 427 Western avenue 
Enos Frank, removed to New Bedford 
Enos Joseph, fisherman, house 12 Webster 
Enos Joseph, fisherman, house 66 Friend 
Enos Manuel, fisherman, house 15 Friend 
Enos Manuel, fisherman, house 6 Fayal court 
Enos Paul, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Erickson Charles, fisherman, house 123 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Erickson Charles E. fisherman, house 4 Maple 



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Erickson Edward, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Erickson Edward, tailor, 163 Main, boards 6 Vincent 

- Erickson Ellen, widow, house 9 Prospect 
Erickson John, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Erickson Otto J. fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Erickson William, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Erwin John, quarryman, house Woodbury street 
Erwin John, jr. stonecutter, house t Woodbury 
Erwin Robert, stonecutter, house 9 Woodbury 
Erwin Thomas, stonecutter, boards Woodbury street 
Erwin Thomas, 2d, stonecutter, boards Woodbury street 
Erwin, see also Irving 

Essert Frederick, farmer, boards 218 Washington 

- Estabrook [Joel R.) & Williams {T. L.), riggers, Fears' 

wharf and Steele's n h n P li"i| M i it Pinrli i dipt 'W^fe^f C T 
Eustis George, fisherman, boards 8 Short i «• c/ 

Evans George, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce }^^H/^-U r 
Evanson Henry D. musician, boards 413 Main 
Eveleth Edward S. physician, house 20 Highland 
.Everdean John J. keg maker, 13 Water, house 11 do. 
Everson Judith A. widow, house^O School 
Ewers Frederick H. fisherman, house 53 East Main 

FALT CLARENCE M. clerk, boards 112 East Main 

Fait Walter M. house 112 East Main 
^Fanning Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 4 Shepherd 

Fanton Jeffrey, laborer, house 53 Fort square 

Fanton William, rigger, house 1 Smith 
"Fardy Kate J. teacher, East school, boards 13 Chestnut 

Fardy Margaret, widow, house 13 Chestnut 

Farmer Granville, fisherman, house 29 Perkins 

Farmer Samuel M. fisherman, house 7 Staten 

Farmer Wesley, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Farpeilha Manuel, hairdresser, 8 Duncan, boards 11 Oak 

Farquhar Stephen H. boards 8 Winter 

Farrar Joseph, blacksmith, boards 11 Prospect square 

Farrell Thomas, fisherman, boards 60 Main 

Favor Daniel M. carpenter, house 24 Prospect square 

Favor John (Boston), boards 2 Shepherd 

Favor Lorenzo B. manager Mutual Union Telegraph Co. 
173 Main, boards 2 Shepherd 

Favor Samuel P. baggage master, E. R. R. h. 2 Shepherd 

Fears George L. sailmaker and ship chandler, Fears' 
wharf, house 1 Mason court 

Fears Julia P. widow, house 44 Mansfield 

Fears Olive Miss, millinery, 125 Prospect, boards do. 

Fears Otis S. house 13 Liberty 

Fears Robert, house 88 Prospect 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 71 

Fears Robert R. pres. Gloucester Fire Ins. Co.; also (Fears 

& Cunningham), First Nat. Bank bldg. h. 4 Mason 
Fears Samuel L. house rear 140 Prospect 
Fears Samuel P. carpenter, house 125 Prospect 

FEARS & CUNNINGHAM (B. E. Fears and John 
Cunningham), insurance, First National Bank bldg. 
(see page 272) 
Feener Albert, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Feener Arthur, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Feener Sandy, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Fellows Nathan W. house 538 Washington 
Feltmate Shannon, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Fenimore C. H. agent of The Singer Mfg. Co. 53 Main, 

house 16 Liberty 
Fenton Archibald, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Ferguson Alexander, clerk, 45 Main, house 54 Granite 
Ferguson Alfred, lost at sea 

Ferguson Angus, fisherman, and boarding-house, 6 Porter 
Ferguson Charles, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 
Ferguson Charles A. fisherman, house rear 167 East Main 
Ferguson Christian, grocer, 8 Park, house 6 do. 
Ferguson John, teamster, house 1 2 Locust ' 
Ferguson Thomas B. house 24 Summer 
Fernald Burton (Fernald & Co.), Fort whf. b. 25 Leonard 
Fernald Charles W. Mrs. house 67 Leonard 
Fernald ( C. Austin) & Co. (B. Fernald), fish, etc., Fort 

wharf, house 67 Leonard 
Fernance Joseph, fisherman, boards 76 Perkins 
Fernance Mary, widow, house 76 Perkins 
Fernsvord James, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 

FERN WOOD LAKE ICE CO., F. W. Homans, prop. 
153 Main (see page 272) 
Fickett Levi, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Field Peter, laborer, house 15 Bridge 
Fields Frank, laborer, house 55 Friend 
Figuerado Domingo, cook, house 12 Sargent 
Finley Patrick, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Finnegan Annie, widow, house 29 Park 
Finnegan Mary Mrs. grocer, 27 Park, house do. 
Finnegan Patrick, hostler, 152 Main, house 27 Park 
Fires James, fisherman, house 61 Friend 
Fires John F. fisherman, house 12 Webster 
First National Bank, George R. Bradford, cashier, 191 Main 
Firth Robert, carpenter, house 23 Addison 
* Firth Thomas Mrs. house 24 Orchard 
Fisher Charles, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan [Granite 
Fisher Charles E. bookkeeper, First Nat. Bank, house 8 
Fisher Frederick, anchor maker, house 142 Washington 
Fisher Jacob F. constable, house 145 Prospect 



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Fisher Olvin T. rigger, boards 145 Prospect 

Fisher Robert H. fisherman, house 9 Cedar 

Fisher William F. engineer, boards 122 Washington 

Fisher William N. agent, Cape Ann Anchor Works, foot 

of Whittemore, house 122 Washington 
Fiske Harriet Miss, teacher, boards 142 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Fitch Ozro B. master mariner, house 19 Mt. Vernon 
Fitzgerald Edward F. saloon, 29 Main, b. Belmont Hotel 
Fitzgerald Frank R. teacher, roller skating, h. 12 Trask 
Fitzgerald Harriet, widow of James, house 350 Main 
Fitzgerald Michael, fisherman, boards 32 L Main 
Fitzgerald William H. fisherman, house 14 Sadler 
Fitzgibbons Catharine, widow, removed to Beverly 
Fitzgibbons Philip, removed to Beverly 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, removed to Beverly 
Fitzpatrick Robert, fisherman, house 9 Shepherd 
Flagg Edwin, fisherman, house 21 Maplewood avenue 
Flaherty Anthony, fisherman, house Decatur, E. G. 
Flaherty John, fisherman, boards 69 Main 
Flaherty John J. lawyer, house 66 Perkins 
Flaherty Lawrence, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
Flaherty Margaret, widow, house 5 Page 
Flaherty Michael, fisherman, house 18 Perkins 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer, house 9 Williams court 
Flannigan Margaret, widow, house 33 Sargent 
Fleming Lydia Miss, dressmaker, boards 34 Friend 
Fleming Margaret A. widow, house 34 Friend 
Fleming Thomas, laborer, house 10 Bridge 
Flinkfelt Joseph, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Flood Thomas, laborer, boards 19 Willow 
Flowers Amos, laborer, house 13 Story 
Flynn Edward, quarryman, house 85 High 
Flynn Edward P. quarryman, boards 85 High 
Foberg Ludwig, fisherman, house 8 Hawthorne 
Foley Augustus, fisherman, boards 134 Prospect 
Foley Catharine, widow, house 69 Friend 
Foley Coleman, fisherman, boards 8 Gould court 
Foley David, fisherman, house 16 Webster 
Foley Edward, fisherman, house 69 Perkins 
Foley Joanna, widow, house 6 Fort square 
Foley John, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Foley John, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Foley John, laborer, house 26 Eastern avenue 
Foley John, laborer, house 13*7 Washington 
Foley John F. fisherman, boards 7 Gilbert court 
Foley Joseph, carpenter, boards 49 Prospect 
Foley Joseph, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Foley Joseph, stonecutter, boards 15 South Kilby 
Foley Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 67 Perkins 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 73 

Foley Martin, laborer, house rear 10 Cross 

Foley Mary, widow, house 7 Gilbert court 

Foley Mary, widow, house 2 East Main 

Foley Michael, laborer, house 14 Parker 

Foley Patrick, fisherman, boards 2 East Main 

Foley Patrick J. painter, boards 134 Prospect 

Foley Stephen, fisherman, house 12 Parker 

Foley William, fisherman, house 6 Herrick court 

Follansbee Hazen L. insurance and real estate agent, 

Gloucester Bank building, house 25 Summer 
Follansbee William B. clerk, Gloucester Bank building, 

house 56 Prospect 
Foman George, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Fonseck John J. fisherman, boards 16 Mt. Vernon 
Foote Henry W. Rev. house foot of Fuller st., Magnolia 
Forbes A. J. (Cambridge), summer residence, Adams av. 
Forbes Charles, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Ford Frederick E. clerk, 128 Main, house 126 Washington 
Ford George, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Ford James R. quarryman, house 708 Washington 
Ford John, fisherman, house 25 Park 
Ford Thomas G. blacksmith, boards 89 Western avenue 
Foren Mary, widow, house 39 Middle 
Foren Michael, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Forest Charles, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Forest Francis, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Forest Jacob, paving cutter, boards 22 Butman avenue 
Forest John H. fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Forest Robert, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Forest William, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Forristall James, fisherman, boards rear 47 Prospect 
Forristall Thomas, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Forsberg Otis W. fisherman, boards 11 Procter 
Forsyth William, fisherman, house 24 Pine 
Fortado Manuel, laborer, house 9 Sadler 
Fortainer George, house 9 Harmony square 
Fosberry Charles A. laborer, house 176 Essex av., W. G. 
Fosberry Charles W. boards 34 Perkins [Tucker 

Foster B. Howard, apothecary, 810 Washington, house 7 
Foster Charles W. supt. Cape Ann Granite Works, house 

Colburn st. 
Foster Edward LeB. clerk, 34 Washington, bds. 13 Church 
Foster Eleanor, widow, house 5 Hammond 
Foster E. G. Mrs. house Magnolia av. cor. Hesperus av. 
Foster Frank, fisherman, house 10 Fort square 
Foster Frank, master mariner, house 7 Rackliffe 
Foster George N. clerk, 129 Main, boards 26 Middle 
Foster Howard, driver, 53 Main, boards 322 do. 
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74 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Foster Jeremiah (Oakes & Foster), 55 Commercial, house 

20 Washington square 
Foster John C. sailmaker, house t Mt. Pleasant court 
Foster John E. clerk, 183 Main, boards 26 Middle 
Foster John F. constable, house 26 Middle 
Foster John R. boatman, house 61 Friend 
Foster Joseph, fisherman, house Green st. 
Foster Manuel E. fisherman, house 59 Friend 
Foster Nelson, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Foster Thomas J. Mrs. house 43 Main 
Fountain Charles, fisherman, house 15 Prospect 
Fowle Warren, fisherman, house 1 Forest 
Fowler Edward M. teamster, house 66 Blynman avenue 
Fowler James W. fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
Fowler John T. fisherman, boards 34 Grove 
Fowler William J. mason, house 34 Grove 
Fowles J. Frank, engineer, house 23 School 
Fraga Anthony S. fisherman, house 56 Mt. Vernon 
Francis Anthony T. fisherman, house 16 Sargent 
Francis Antoine, fisherman, house 6 Fayal court 
Francis John, fisherman, boards 4 5 Porter 
Francis Joseph, fisherman, house 58 Perkins 

^Francis Joseph, fisherman, house 55 Friend 
* Francis Joseph, fisherman, house 41 Webster 
Francis Lewis, boards 16 Sargent 
Francis Manuel, fisherman, house 48 Perkins 
Francis Manuel, variety store, 10 Elwell, house do. 

/'Francis Mary, widow of John, house 41 Park 
Francis Thomas, trader, house 175 Western avenue 
Fratus Amelia, widow, house rear 41 Friend 
Fratus Manuel, fisherman, house 76 Perkins 
Frazier Alexander, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
Frazier Alex, tinsmith, boards 28 Commercial 
Frazier Benjamin, fisherman, boards 5 Vincent 

-Frazier Benjamin, blacksmith, 15 Pearce, h. 10 Marchant 
Frazier Charles, fisherman, house 39 Middle 
Frazier David W. fisherman, house 8 Stacy court 
Frazier Henry, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Frazier Hugh, fisherman, boards 5 Vincent 
Frazier Joseph, master mariner, boards 255 Main 
Frazier Peter, fisherman, house 10 Fort square 
Frazier Peter, fisherman, house 32 Grove 
Frazier Robert, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Frazier Simon, fisherman, house 7 Highland court 
Frazier Thomas, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Frazier Thomas, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Frazier William F. fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 
Frazier Zepaniah, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 
Frederickson Charles, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 75 

Frederickson Ilendrick, fisherman, house 7 Traverse 

Freedy Alfred, fisherman, boards 26 Main 

Freeland James H. (Boston), summer res. Shore avenue, 

Magnolia 
Freeman Charles, laborer, house Essex avenue, W. G. 
Freeman James, shoemaker, 7 Parsons, house 17 Millett 
Freeman James H. jr. clerk, 76 Prospect, b. 17 Millett 
Freeman John B. clerk, 275 Main, house 53 Western av. 
Freeman William G. clerk, 183 Main, h. 10 W. Rowe sq. 
French Albert, clerk, 122 Main, boards at Rockport 
French Ilenry G. (Boston), boards J. H. French's 
French Jonas H. pres. Cape Ann Granite Co. h. Bay View 
French William W. removed to Brockton 
Fretch William S. hostler, boards 389 Main 
Friend Abigail H. widow of Samuel, house Cleaveland st. 
Friend Alphonso T. Mrs. house 341 Main 
Friend Charles, removed to Boston 
Friend Daniel A. mason, house Cleaveland st. 
Friend Edward E. cooper, house 107 Prospect 
Friend Elbridge G. house 77 Middle 

Friend Elbridge G. jr. dry goods, 150 Main, h. 32 Middle 
Friend Elbridge H. mason, house 2 Forest 
Friend Epes E. grocer, Prospect, c. Friend, b. 107 Prospect 
Friend George, Son (Geo. F.), & Co. fisheries, 20 Vincent, 

house 339 Main 
Friend George F. ( Geo. Friend, Son, & Co.), 20 Vincent, 

house at Middlefield 
Friend George H. fisheries, 9 East Main, h. 27 Pleasant 
Friend Hannah, widow, house 6 Mt. Vernon 
Friend Ilenry, fisherman, boards 356 Main 
Friend Israel, sailrnaker, house 93 Prospect 
^ Friend Joseph, fishery, foot of Water, house 242 Main 
"^V^Friend Josiah 0. Mrs. house 356 Main 
y^ Friend Laura B. clerk, Post-office, boards 6 Prospect sq. 
Friend Lemuel, laborer, bouse rear 18 Spring 
Friend Maria C. widow, house 5 Howe 
Friend Nancy, widow of William S. house 358 Main 
Friend Nathaniel, house 7 Howe 
Friend Phebe K. Miss, boards 14 Spring 
Friend Phineas H. mason, boards Mrs. A. H. Friend's 
Friend Preston, grocer, 129 Main, house 24 Middle 
Friend Ray S. clerk, Prospect, c. Friend, b. 107 Prospect 
Friend Samuel, died May 20, 1884 
Friend Samuel T. carpenter, house 6 Prospect square 
Friend Solomon A. teamster, Vincent st. house 345 Main 
- Friend William H. coal and wood, foot of Vincent, house 

Prospect, corner Fears court 
Friend William S. cooper, Rowe sq. (East), h. 107 Prospect 
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76 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Fritz John J. hairdresser, 206 Main, boards 14 Sargent 

Frost Albert W. fisherman, boards 25 Park 

Frost Charles, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Frost Charles W. N. clerk, 170 Main, house 23 Addison 

FROST BATID 0. clothing and furnishing goods, 239 
Main, house 52 Prospect (see line on back cover) 
Frost Eben, fisherman, house off Decatur st. 
Frost George W. {Tucker & Frost), 17 Rogers, house at 

Rockport 
Frost Isaac W". confectionery, 224 Main, boards 19 Pine 
Frost Barnes T. clerk, 315 Main, boards 3 Franklin square 
Frost Martha, widow, house 3 Franklin square 
Frost Thomas W. fisherman, house 126 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Frost Sylvanus, fisherman, house 4 Blake court 
Fuge Samuel, stonecutter, boards L. Goodwin's, W.G. 
Fuge William R. stonecutter, house 5 Plum court 
Fuller D. W. Mrs. proprietor Hesperus House, Hesperus 

avenue, Magnolia 
Fuller Edmund B. removed to Essex 
Fuller Thomas B. removed to Es^ex 
Fuller Thomas H. & Co. fishery, Water, corner Wharf st. 

house 9 Exchange 
Fuller Walter T. clerk, boards 9 Exchange 
Fuller William, died April 6, 1884 
Fuller William Mrs. house Magnolia village 
Fundereiter Jacob, fisherman, house 105 East Main 
Furley William Mrs. house 7 Winchester court 
Furlong Charles, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 
Furness John H. anchor maker, house foot of Whittemore 

GAFFNEY CHARLES, carpenter, h. 49 Maplewood av. 

Gaffney Charles H. boards 20 Prospect square 

Gaffney Daniel, grocer, 62 Washington, house 66 do. 

Gaffney David D. junk, house 8 Highland 

Gaffney Edward E. fish peddler, house 13 Dike 

Gaffney Edward 0. bookkeeper, A. M. Burnham & Co.'s, 

boards 66 Washington 
Gaffney George E. clerk, 44 Prospect, b. 66 Washington 
Gaffney Frank H. (Michael Gaffney & Co.), 24 Wharf, h. 

94 Washington 
Gaffney Howard E. clerk, 191 Main, boards 20 Prospect 
Gaffney Ignatius W. calker, boards 12 Washington 
Gaffney (Jacob) & Adams (N.A.), painters, 53 Washington, 

house 24 Blynman avenue 
Gaffney Joseph D. B. calker, boards 7 Pine 
Gaffney Mary Mrs. house 7 Pine 
Gaffney Matthew, calker, house 12 Washington 
Gaffney Michael & Co. (Frank H. Qaffney), calkers, 24 

Wharf, house 20 Prospect square 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 77 

Gaffney William H. calker, boards 1 Allen 
I- Gaffney William M. house 337 Main 

Gale David P. clerk, Geo. Perkins & Co.'s, h. 312 Main 
Gale Eli, carpenter, house 12 Acacia 

Gale James, fisherman, boards 47 Washington [W.G. 

Gale John H. clerk, Stockbridge & Co.'s, house 6 Sumner, 
Gall Richard, fisherman, boards 7 Willow 
Gallagher Edward, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Gallagher James, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house 16 Tremont 
Gallagher William, fisherman, house 29 Park 
Gallant John, laborer, boards Geo. Dennen's, W.G. 
Galley Geron, quarryman, house 11 Vale court 
Gallivan James, lost at sea, October, 1883 
Galvin Daniel, laborer, boards 14 Tremont 
Galvin James, laborer, house 14 Tremont 

— Gamage Charles H. {Reed & Gamage), 217 East Main, house 

11 Highland 
Gamage Epes, house 11 Highland 
Gammon William, master mariner, house 317 Main 

— Gangloff Nicholas, tug boat, house 19 Washington square 
Gard Thomas, laborer, house 53 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

— Gardner Arthur C. cabinetmaker, house 47 Western av. 
Gardner Charles, merchant tailor, 106 Main, h. 7 Summer 
Gardner Eliza Mrs. house 31 Main 

Gardner George D. & Son ( Walter), blacksmiths, Parsons, 

house 17 Liberty 
Gardner George T. died Feb. 23, 1883 
Gardner Henry, fisherman, house 12 Liberty 
Gardner Joseph, seaman, house 30 Addison 
Gardner Lydia, widow, house 5 Taylor 
Gardner Nathaniel, fisherman, house 148 Prospect 
Gardner Roby, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Gardner Sidney, inspector, Custom House, h. 89 Prospect 
Gardner Walter ( Geo. D. Gardner & Son), Parsons, boards 

17 Liberty 
Gardner William, boards 12 Summer 
— Gardner William H. (Atlantic Halibut Co.), Atlantic whf. 
house 13 Dale avenue 
Garfield George, driver, boards 8 Mansfield [do. 

"-Garland Albeit S. physician, 14 Pleasant, cor. Middle, h. 
Garland Amos, carpenter, house opp. 40 Granite 
Garland George, house 52 Middle 

Garland George L. (Parmenter, Bice, & Co.), Battery whf. 
house 52 Middle 
* — Garland Joseph, physician, 8 Pleasant, house do. 

Garland Joseph E. physician, 4 Pleasant, boards 8 do. 
"Mjarland Orlando, carpenter, 11 Pearce, house 18 Common- 
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78 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Garland William H. produce dealer, house 16 Allen 

Garvey Ann, widow, house 48 Park 

Gaskill John W. fisherman, house 8 Story 

Gaspee Antoine, grocer, 57 Friend, house do. 

Gay Ware B. (Boston), summer res. end of Hesperus av. 

Gayton Isaac, fisherman, house 38 Mansfield 

Gay ton, see also Caton 

Geary Harry, paving cutter, house 802 Washington 

Geary Henry, paving cutter, house 715 Washington 

Geary John, fisherman, house 34 Fort square 

Geary Margaret, widow, house 34 Fort square 

Geary Michael, fisherman, house 7 Rowe square (West) 

Geary, see also Gerry 

Geddis James, house 6 Stage Fort avenue 

Gedrey Frank, fisherman, house 16 Story 

Gee Robert, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 

Gelant Frederick, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 

Gelant Michael, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 

Gennaro Peter, stone cutter, house 642 Washington 

Georgeson Alexander, fisherman, boards 7 Washington 

Gerauld Charles W. teacher, Hig^h school, bds. 5 Procter 

Gerreway Edward, fisherman, house 45 Duncan 

Gerring Abraham, fisherman, house 82 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Gerring Benjamin, removed to Ipswich 

Gerring Benjamin F. removed to Ipswich 

Gerring Edward, fisherman, house 3 Highland court 

Gerring Edward F. painter, house 38 Sargent 

Gerring Fitz W. fisherman, house 6 Haskell 

Gerring Frederick, fisherman, house 25 Highland 

Gerring George, fisherman, house 153 East Main 

Gerring M. Howard, boards 25 Highland 

Gerrior Jeffrey, fisherman, house 10 Elweli 

Gerry Daniel W. mariner, house 7 Exchange 

Getchell John Q. master mariner, house 7 Allen 

Gibbs William, fisherman, house 3 Shepherd 

Gibson John, gardener, house 6 Howe 

Gibson Mary E. widow, house 248 East Main 

GIBSON SAMUEL L. wholesale commission provisions, 
Tremont, cor. Railroad av. h. 74 Middle (see p. 275) 
Gibson William 0. clerk, 237 East Main, boards 248 do. 
-Gifford Asa T. {Higgins & Gifford), boat builder, Parker, 

near East Main, head of the harbor, house 296 Main 
Gilbert Addison, pres. City Nat. Bank, h. 1 Western av. 
Gilbert Frederick, house 31 Beacon 
Gilbert Henrietta, widow, house 9 Beacon 
Gilbert J. Fred, sailmaker, house 31 Beacon 
Gilbert Mary H. Mrs. house 1 Western avenue 
Gilchrist Charles T. fisherman, house 13 Summit 
Gill Daniel A. fisherman, house 275 East Main 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 79 

Gill Israel C. mariner, house 1*76 East Main 

Gill John, mariner house 6 Fremont 

Gill Russell G. fisherman, house 248 East Main 

Gill Russell G. jr. fisherman, house 248 East Main 

Gill Samuel, fisherman, boards 11 Pearl 

Gillam John M. fisherman, house 130 Washington 

Gillen George, boat builder, boards 76 East Main 

Gillen James, boat builder, boards 76 East Main 

Gillen John, fisherman, house 73 Commercial 

Gillen Peter, fisherman, house 51 Friend 

Gill 

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land Ephraim W. printer, 110 Main, b. 44 Mansfield 

s Daniel, fisherman, boards 10 Wharf 

s Daniel A. fisherman, house 11 Pearl 

s Daniel P. boarding house, 18 Rogers 

s Duncan, fisherman, house 10 Millett 

s Hugh, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 

s James, carpenter, boards 49 Prospect 

s John, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

s John, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 

s Peter, fisherman, boards 12 Pine 

s Sarah Mrs. dressmaker, house 12 Gould court 

s Simeon, fisherman, boards 12 Pine [Washington 
Gilmore Edgar F., Cape Ann Exchange, 119 Main, rms. 70 
Gilpatrick Alden 0. stonecutter, house 612 Washington 
Gilpatrick Briggs, fisherman, house 6 Mansfield 
Gilpatrick Melvin, fisherman, house 23 Friend 
Gilpatrick Nellie F. Mrs. removed to Portland, Me. 
Girroir Joseph, fisherman, house 80 Washington 
Gitts Joseph, fisherman, house 64 Friend 
Glade Oscar A. fisherman, boards 16 Columbia 
Gleason Edward, teamster, house 5 Gould court 
Gleason James, fisherman, house 6 Fort square 
Gleason John, laborer, house 26 Taylor 
Gleason John, jr. sailmaker, boards 26 Taylor 
Gledu Dolph, removed to Peabody 
Glidden Alvah M. removed to Lowell 
Glidden Jonas A. stonecutter, house 6 Munsey 

GLOUCESTER DAILY NEWS, F. A. Wiggin, general 
manager, 23 Duncan (see page 281) 
GLOUCESTER DYE HOUSE, C. W. Crowe, propr. 
251 and 253 Main (see page 268) 
Gloucester Fire Insurance Co., Robert R. Fears, president, 

J. Cunningham, secretary, 191 Main 
Gloucester Ice Co., Nathaniel Webster, treasurer, Webster 

House and 38 Eastern avenue 
Gloucester Isinglass and Glue Co., Eastern avenue 
Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Co. 189 Main 
Gloucester Nat'l Bank, Wm. Babson, cashier, Gloucester 
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80 GLOUCESTElt DIRECTORY. 

Gloucester Net and Twine Co. factory, Maplewood av. 
Gloucester Roofing Co. at Tarr & Wonson's, Rocky Neck 
Glover Daniel, paving cutter, house 36 Quarry 
Glover David, stonecutter, house 9 Albion court 
Glover James F. fruit and confectionery, 811 Washington, 

house 35 High 
Glynn Michael, laborer, house 8 Wharf 
Godet Bridget, widow, boarding house, 1 Short 
Godet Joseph T. boards T Short 
Godfrey David C. clerk, house 5 Herrick court 
Godfrey Grafton, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Godfrey Joseph A. clerk, 93 Main, boards 37 Mt. Vernon 
Going John, house rear 11 Leonard 
Going John A. house 6 Union court 
,-- Going John W. carpenter, house 5 Maplewood avenue 
Golden Joanna, widow, house 12 Liberty 
Golden Thomas, calker, house 13 Shepherd 
Goldrup John M. laborer, house Atlantic, West Gloucester 
Goldthwait Carlton, sailmaker, house 60 Western avenue 
y Goldthwait Herman F. hairdresser, 8 Duncan, h. 9 Warner 
Goldthwait Philip H. hairdresser, 33 Duncan, h. 86 Wash. 
Goldthwait Sarah, widow, house 116 Prospect 
Golert Louis, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Goodhue Alfred, stonecutter, house 21 Mt. Vernon 
Goodhue George, farmer, house 46 Concord, W. G. 
Goodhue Warren B. farmer, boards J. R. Bray's, at W. G. 
Goodrich John, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Goodwin Amos, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Goodwin Arthur, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Goodwin Charles H. carpenter, house 6 Decatur 
Goodwin C. C. summer residence, foot of Lexington avenue, 

Magnolia 
Goodwin Edgar, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Goodwin Emory, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Goodwin Everett L. fisherman, boards 13 Summit 
Goodwin James, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Goodwin Joseph A. master mariner, house 24 Haskell 
Goodwin Joshua, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Goodwin Loring, stonecutter, house Concord St., W. G. 
Goodwin Sarah Miss, house 34 Perkins 
Goodwin Thomas, mariner, house 6 Trask 
Goodwin Valentia H. house 10 Langsford 
Goodwin Wickfield, boat builder, boards 16 East Main 
Gordon Annie Miss, house 11 Cedar 
Gordon Edward F. teamster, house 866 Washington 
Gordon Fanny, widow, house 21 Shepherd 
Gordon George, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Gordon James, fisherman, house 5 Smith 
Gordon Peter, stonecutter, house 128 Washington • * 






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Gordon Peter, jr. stonecutter, house 701 Washington 

Gorman Alfred P. laborer, boards 6 Oak 

Gorman Augustus, carpenter, house 7 Lookout 

Gorman Catharine, widow of John, house 8 Gould court 

Gorman Grace A. Miss, teacher, boards 6 Oak 

Gorman Henry, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

Gorman Herbert H. clerk, boards 6 Oak 

Gorman John, hostler, boards 8 Gould court 

Gorman John, policeman, house 6 Oak 

Gorman John, sen. died March 14, 1883 

Gorman John E. master mariner, house 53 Warner 

Gorman Joseph, fisherman, boards 209 Main 

Gorrett William, saloon, 67 Duncan, house do. 

Gorten Samuel, clerk, 117 Main, house 280 Washington 

Gorton Slade & Co. fishery, 60 Commercial, h. 101 Prospect 

Gosbee Henry E. fisherman, house 91 Prospect 

Gosby Isaiah, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce 

Gosby John C. fisherman, boards 10 Short 

Gosby Lewis, fisherman, boards 273 Main 

Gosby Marshall, fisherman, house 10 Short 

Goslin Joseph, fisherman, house 21 Sadler 

Gott Abner, freighter, house 701 Washington 

Gott Costello. paving cutter, house 738 Washington 

Gott John, teller, First National Bank of Gloucester, house 

13 Summer 
Gould Charles T. quarryman, house 40 Langsford 
Gould Daniel, fisherman, boards 10 Bass avenue 
Gould George, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Gould William, captain, house 5 Eastern avenue 
Gourville John, fisherman, house 8 Middle 
Gove Alpheus, fisherman, house 8 Beacon 
Gove Fernando, painter, house 25 Bass avenue 
Gove Otis A. laborer, house 7 Harmony square 
Grace Manuel, fisherman, house 5 Elwell 
Grady James, fisherman, house 16 Elwell 
Grady Joseph, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 
Grady Thomas, fisherman, house 7 Prospect 
Graham Alice, widow, house 27 Chestnut 
Graham Charles, laborer, boards 27 Chestnut 
Graham James E. fishworker, house 427 Main 
Graham John A. F. removed to Rockport 
Graham Joseph E. fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Graham Walter, stonecutter, house 59 Leonard 
Graham William F. fisherman, house 1 Sayward 
Grant Albert P. fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Grant Alexander, carpenter, house 10 Millett 
Grant Alexander, fisherman, house 20 Friend 
Grant Alexander, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Grant Charles, fisherman, boards 301 Main 



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Grant Charlotte M. widow, house 22 Gould court 
Grant Daniel, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Grant Daniel, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Grant Dwinal, driver, house 166 Main 
Grant George W. fisherman, house 19 Addison 
Grant John, carpenter, house 27 Haskell 
Grant John, fisherman, house 38 Wharf 
Grant John, fisherman, died July 25, 1884 
Grant John N. tinsmith, boards 11 Gould court 
-Grant Josie Miss, clerk, 193 Main, house 17 Friend 
Grant Mary, widow of John, house 11 Gould court 
Grant Mary E. boards 17 Friend 
Grant William, fisherman, boards 2 Pine 
Grant William, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce 
Grant William, harnessmaker, house 25 Beacon 
Graves Edward, laborer, boards 437 Main 
Graves Harry, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Graves John P. fisherman, house 15 Sadler 
Gray Charles, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

GRAY CHARLES J. guns and sporting goods, 227 
Main, house 35 Western avenue (see page 267) 
Gray Frederick, fisherman, house 6 Eastern avenue 
Gray Frederick W. laborer, house 94 Wheeler 
Gray Henry H. fishskinner, boards 6 Eastern avenue 
Gray Fferbert L. fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Gray James B. carpenter, boards 107 Magnolia avenue 
Gray James Henry, laborer, house 132 Washington 
Gray James W. clerk, 317 Main, house 3 Spring court 
Gray John J. fisherman, house 8 Avon court, E. Gloucester 
Gray Joseph, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Gray Julia, widow, house 28 Pine 
Gray Manuel S. fisherman, house 62 Friend 
Gray Matilda H. Mrs. dressmaker, house 9 Highland 
Gray Robert, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Gray Roland, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Gray Samuel W. freighter, house 312 Washington 
Gray Simon J. fishermen's outfits, 195 East Main, boards 

140 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Gray Stephen J. fisherman, house 43| Warner 
Gray William, fisherman, house 145 East Main 
Gray Wm. fishermen's outfits, 269 Main, h. 41 Mt. Vernon 
Gray William H. fisherman, boards 145 East Main 
Gray William P. fisherman, house 30 Beacon 
Grear Manuel S. clerk, 29 Main, house 62 Friend 
Grear Mary, widow, house 48 Perkins 
Greeley Bernard, laborer, house 58 Prospect 
Green Charles, fisherman, house 29 Perkins 
Green Charles, fisherman, boards 11 Prospect 
Green George W. painter, house 13 Rackliffe 



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Green James, fisherman, house 16 Pearl 
Green Joseph, house 31 Mt. Vernon 
Green Thomas, fisherman, boards 20 Gould court 
Green William H. fisherman, house 326 Main 
Greenalch Robert, laborer, house 67 Friend 
Greencorn John, fisherman, boards 10 Addison 
Greencorn Levi, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Greene Charles F. stonecutter, house 19 Pine 
Greene John G. removed to Vinal Haven, Me. 
Greenfield George, fisherman, boards 26 School 
-Greenleaf Betsey Mrs. house 4 Foster 
Greenleaf George P. sailmaker, boards 4 Foster 
Greenleaf Nathaniel, fisherman, house 13 Sargent 
•Greenleaf William H. fisherman, house 28 Orchard 
Greenlow Abel M. fisherman, boards 11 Oak 
Greenlow Albrey T. fisherman, house 4 Perkins 
Greenlow Charles W. laborer, house 7 Maple 
Greenlow George, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Greenlow George W. laborer, boards 20 Locust 
Greenlow Jacob, laborer, house 7 Maple 
Greenlow John, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Greenough James, stonecutter, house 73 Langsford 
Greenwood Charles Henry, fisherman, house 8 Water 
Greenwood George, clerk, Webster House, boards do. 
Greenwood Joseph, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 
Greenwood Lewis A. carpenter, house 7 Pine 
Greenwood Stanford S. fisherman, boards 91 Prospect 
Gregory Richard, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 
Gremmelsen Charles, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Griel Joseph F. fisherman, house 15 Sadler 
Griel Joseph F. jr. fisherman, house 6 Linnet place 
Grier George, house 6 Ivy court 
Griffin Alfred C. fisherman, house 8 Cove 
Griffin Almira, widow of Peter W. house 5 Arbor 
Griffin Alvah H. stage driver, house 50 Curve 
'Griffin Annie G. Miss, teacher, boards 26 Curve 
Griffin Austin D. coal and wood, foot of Cove, Lanesville, 
house 782 Washington 

GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON {Frank O.), hardware 
and lumber, 33 Main, house 35 do. (see page 276) 
Griffin Caroline Miss, teacher, Leonard school, house 1 

Arlington 
Griffin Charles, fisherman, house 130 East Main 
Griffin Charles C. carpenter, house 1 Hickory 
Griffin Charles L. mariner, house 11 Chester square 

GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO. (T. Griffin, H. A. and K L. 
Cook), painters, 257 Main (see page 276) 
Griffin Daniel, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 
Griffin Daniel S. clerk, 681 Washington, b. 16 Langsford 



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Griffin Davis, fisherman, house 121 Leonard 

Griffin, Denhatn, & Co. ( W. P. Griffin and M. T. Denham), 

coal, 21 Fort square 
Griffin Edward H. supt. Oak Grove Cemetery, b. 417 Wash. 
Griffin Edward S. clerk, Griffin's box factory, b. 35 Main 
Griffin Edward T. fish skinner, house 46 Eastern avenue 
Griffin Elias, fisherman, house 130 East Main 
Griffin Eliza, widow, house 130 Main 

Griffin Frank, teamster, house 56 Prospect [Leonard 

Griffin Frank 0. (Bennett Griffin & Son), 33 Main, b. 152 
Griffin Fitz E. postmaster at Lanesville, and grocer, 2 

Andrews, house 6 do. 
Griffin Gustavus, house 1 Arlington 
Griffin Gustavus, jr. mariner, house 17 Arlington 
Griffin G. Frank, boards 81 Leonard 
Griffin Harriet 0. Mrs. housekeeper, 28 Washington 
Griffin James, fisherman, house 762 Washington 
Griffin Joel, laborer, house 81 Leonard 
Griffin John, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Griffin John A. fisherman, house 48 Mt. Vernon 
Griffin John S. removed to Maiden 
Griffin Mary W. widow of Enos, house 8 Cove 
Griffin Oliver, house 16 Langsford 
Griffin Oliver B. house 662 Washington 
Griffin Orin E. prop. Annisquam stage, stable 58 Leonard, 

house 56 Curve 
Griffin Samuel H. laborer, house 21 Marsh 
Griffin Sarah R. Mrs. house 9 Lookout 
Griffin Sidney, painter, boards 9 Lookout 
Griffin Thaddeus (Griffin, Cook, & Co.), 257 Main, house 

304 Washington 
Griffin Thaddeus F. (Danforth & Griffin), 35 Washington, 

house 9 Lookout 
Griffin Tristram, house 308 Washington 
Griffin Willard N. boards 26 Curve 
Griffin Willard P. coal and wood, 23 Curve ; also ( Griffin, 

Denham, & Co.), 21 Fort square, house 26 Curve 
•Griffin William R. carpenter, house 14 Chestnut 
Grigg Albert S. carpenter, b. J. R. Crispen's, Magnolia av. 
Grimes Andrew S. fisherman, house 38 Park 
Grimes Moses H. teamster, house 2 Perkins 
Grimes Simon, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Grimes Thomas, farmer, house 46 Poplar 
Grimes William II. fish, Fort wharf, house 45 Mansfield 
Grinsell Famay, widow, house 15 Tremont 
Grinsell Michael, lost at sea, Dec. 12, 1883 
Grose Benjamin, fisherman, boards 22J Commercial 
Grose John, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Grose Joshua, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 



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Grotto George E. lost at sea, March, 1884 
Grotto Margaret, widow of George E. h. 28 Hodgkins 
- — -Grover Augusta P. widow, house 11 Granite 

-Grover Benjamin M. bookkeeper, B. Maddocks & Co.'s, 

house 22 Granite 
Grover Chas. E. auctioneer, 277 Main, h. 34 Blynman av. 
Grover Chas. E. jr. stationery, 277 Main, b. 34 Blynman av. 
Grover George W. fisherman, house 14 Cross 
Grover Lavinia, widow, house 127 Prospect 
Grover Lewis P. fisherman, house 1 Trask 
Grover Mary C. Mrs. grocer, 119 Washington, house do. 
Groves Edward, fisherman, house 17 Prospect 
Groves George W. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Groves Ruth Mrs. died April 22, 1883 
Guppy Orlando 0. shoemaker, house 203 Concord, W. G. 
Guptill Ann Mrs. removed to Salem 
Guthrie Martin, fisherman, house 38 Middle 
Guthrie Patrick, fisherman, house 38 Fort square 
■ Guthrie Patrick, jr. fisherman, boards 38 Fort square 

HACKETT WILLIAM J. tinsmith, at Tarr & Wonson's, 

house Horton street 
Hadford Jackson F. fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Hadley Annabell, widow of Joseph H. house 10 Locust 
Hadley Edwin K. laborer, house 2 Lewis court 
Hadley Jeremiah, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Hadley John F. removed to Salem 

^— Hadley John J. laborer, house 42 School 
Hafey Michael, fisherman, house 6 Prospect 
Hafey Thomas, boards 6 Prospect 
Haffey John, fisherman, house 12 Main 
Haffey, see also Haphey 

Haines Alexander, fisherman, boards 4 Staten 
Haines John A. laborer, house 16 Taylor 
Hale George H. fisherman, house 9 Vincent 
Haley Maurice, fisherman, house 41 Mansfield 
Haley Maurice, jr. oiler, house 8 Gilbert court 
Haley, see also Healy 

Hall Albert, fisherman, house 404 Western avenue 
Hall Andrew J. fisherman, house 11 Rowe square (West) 
Hall Augustus G. master mariner, h. 13 Rowe sq. (West) 
Hall Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Eastern avenue 

,^~ Hall Charles M. pastor Riverdale M. E. church, house 395 
Washington 
Hall Edwin N. fisherman, house 409 Main 
Hall Elizabeth A. Mrs. dressmaker, h. Fuller st., Magnolia 
Hall Frank H. fisherman, house 427 Main 



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HALL FREDERICK T. & SON (F. T. Hall, jr.), 
boots and shoes, 216 Main, house 24 Orchard 
(see page 274) 
— Hall Fred'k T. jr. (F. T. Hall & Son), 276 Main, h. 5 Allen 
Hall Freeman A. fisherman, bds. 11 Rowe square (West) 

HALL (George E.) & MARR ( Wm. R), artist sign 
painters, 329 Main, house 7 Howe (see page 277) 
Hall George W. fisherman, boards 11 Rowe square (West) 
Hall Harvej', boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Hall Herman M. painter, 257 Main, b. 11 Rowe sq. (West) 
Hall James, fisherman, boards 46 Park [av. 

Hall James H. (Cambridgeport), summer res. Cambridge 
Hall Lamartine A. pastor East Gloucester Baptist church, 

house 28 Highland J 
Hall William, fisherman, boards 46 Park 
Hallen Albert, Rev. pastor Swed. M. E. church, boards 32 

Washington square [View ct. 

Hallerson Henry, boneless fish, 79 East Main, h. 2 Harbor 
— Hallerson James, carpenter, house 5 Winchester court 
Hallett Levi, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Halley Michael, fisherman, house 56 Park 
Halloran Timothy, stonecutter, house 653 Washington 
Halvison Thomas, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 
Ham Margaret, widow, house 35 McLellan 
Hamelin Charles Mrs. died June 4, 1883 
Hamilton Albert, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Hamilton Edwin, fisherman, boards 24 Hammond 
Hamilton George S. fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 
Hamilton Henry B. teamster, boards 17 Commercial 

HAMILTON HOUSE, J. J. Hiltz and Mrs. N. D. 
Hamilton, props. Tremont, cor. Shepherd(see p. 277) 
Hamilton John, laborer, house 55 Warner [Shepherd 

Hamilton N. D. Mrs. prop. Hamilton House,Tremont, cor. 
Hamilton Octavius, boards rear 639 Washington 
Hamilton R. S. removed to Boston 
Hamilton William, fisherman, boards 24 Hammond 
Hamilton William E. fisherman, house 409 Main 
Hamlin Henry H. fisherman, boards 20 Locust 
Hammond Andrew, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
Hammond Ellen Mrs. house 15 Fremont 
Hammond James R. fisherman, house 63 East Main 
Hammond Joseph W. removed to Hyde Park 
Hammond Llewelyn P. with J. B. Thomas, h. 2 Mason ct. 
Hammond Mary, widow, house 14 Myrtle 
Hammond Peter, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 
Hammond William C. clerk, 90 Commercial, bds. 2 Ivy ct. 
Handran John, mariner, house 377 Main 
Handran William, lost at sea, November, 1883 
Handrihan James, stonecutter, house 738 Washington 



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Handy William, prop. Union House, 22 Main 

Hanley Freeman H. carpenter, house 2 Blake court 

Hanley James, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Hanlon John, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

Hanlon Peter, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

Hanlon Thomas, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

Hannan Edward, laborer, house 29 Willow 

Hannan James, cigarmaker, boards 46 Main 

Hannan Joanna, widow of Richard, house 20 Tremont 

Hannan John, fisherman, boards 7 Willow 

Hannan John T. laborer, boards 20 Tremont 

Hannan Richard J. fisherman, boards 20 Tremont 

Hanscomb D. Samuel, died July 30, 1884 

Hansen Nicholas, fisherman, boards 336 Main 

Hanson Andrew T. clerk, Duncan, cor. Rogers, boards do. 

Hanson Breta, widow of John, house 2 Harbor View court 

Hanson Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

Hanson Christian, rigger, house 6 Maple 

Hanson Conrad R. clerk, 331 Main, boards 34 Mt. Vernon 

Hanson George S. farmer, house 2 Atlantic, W. G. 

Hanson James A. fisherman, house 15 Sadler 

Hanson John, of 27 Haskell, lost at sea, June, 1884 

Hanson John, fisherman, boards 14 Tremont 

Hanson John, fisherman, boards 321 Main 

Hanson John, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

Hanson Margaret, widow, house 10 Staten 

Hanson Olof, fisherman, boards 15 Short 

Hanson Parker W. laborer, house 78 Concord, W. G. 

Hanson Peter, fisherman, house 4 Maple 

Hanson Thomas, fisherman, boards 15 Short 

Hanton John, boards 15 Eastern avenue 

Hapgood Anna W. widow, house 35 Pleasant 

Haphey Michael, house Hillside court 

Haphey William H. stonecutter, h. Dennison, beyond Holly 

Haphey, see also Haffey 

Happel Harry, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 

Haraden Elias, fisherman, house 831 Washington 

Haraden Eliza, widow of Jonathan, house 10 Andrews 

Haraden Ezra, fisherman, house 13 Langsford 

Haraden George, fisherman, boards 831 Washington 

Haraden George E. 1 Locust, house 90 Prospect 

Haraden Misses, house 5 Elm 

Haraden Roswell C. fisherman, house 16 Andrews 

Haraden Simon, mason, house 90 Prospect 

Harraden Timothy, laborer, house rear 77 Leonard 

Harbison Frederick A. boards Webster House 

Hardiman Lawrence, fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 

Harding Albert, removed to Rockport 

Harding Dennis B. oil clothing, 379 Main, house 328 do. 



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Harding William C. laborer, house 54 Grove 
1 Hardwick Amelia Mrs. restaurant, 19 Duncan, h. 25 Wash. 
Hardwick Josiah, cook, 19 Duncan, house 25 Washington 
Hardy George, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Hardy Henry, master mariner, house 8 Friend 

— Hardy Samuel N. (McKenzie, Hardy, & Go t ), 47 Rogers, 
house 19 Chestnut 
Harford Albion .& E. variety store, 3 J Main, boards do. 
Harford Ezra (A, & E. Harford), 3J Main, h. at Beverly 
Harlow John Mrs. house Essex av. near the line, W. G. 
Harnel John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Harney Bridget, widow of Thomas, house 30 Haskell 
Harney Patrick, fisherman, house 6 Prospect 
Harnish Samuel M. fisherman, house 26 School 
Harrigan Edward, tailor, boards 45 Middle 
Harriman Charles, removed to New York 
Harriman Charles F. carriage painter, house 20 Beacon 
Harriman Elisha W. stonecutter, house 45 Langsford 
Harrington John F. fisherman, house 27 Willow 
Harrington Thomas, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Harris Benjamin F. fisherman, house 24 Park 
Harris Hart, stonecutter, house 713 Washington 
Harris John, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Harris John, stonecutter, house 11 Albion court 
Harris John R. laborer, house 33 Friend 
Harris William E. carpenter, house 28 Sargent 
Harris William J. boots and shoes, 226 Main, b. 232 do. 
Harrison Elmer A. fisherman, boards 90 East Main 
Harrison Frederick 0. fisherman, boards 90 East Main 
Harrison Henry, laborer, house 14 Highland 
Harrison Ola, fisherman, house 90 East Main [170 do. 

^—Harrison Rufus B. coufectionery, etc. 205 East Main, house 
Harrison William, laborer, house 5 Cross 
Harrison William, jr. mason, house 32 Fort square 
Hart Frank, fisherman, boards 2 Pine 
Hart James L. fisherman, house 14 Sadler 
Hart Joseph P. carpenter, boards 936 Washington 
Hartford George W. fisherman, house 30 Addison 
Hartford, see also Harford 

HARTWELL SEYMOUR S. crockery, glassware, etc. 
113 Main, house Haiaapdaa (see page 275) Q faj &ytfi£j & 
Harty Charles H. fisherman, house 51 Fort square 
Harty Frederick M. fisherman, boards 47 Maplewood av. 
Harty Henry S. fisherman, boards 47 Maplewood av. 
-— Harty Michael, carpenter, rear 30 Friend, house 5 Oak 
Harty Samuel W. B. laborer, house 23 Haskell 
Harty Sarah C. widow, house 44 Eastern avenue 
Harty Walter H. fisherman, boards 47 Maplewood av. 
Harty William F. fisherman, boards 47 Maplewood av. 






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Harty William M. fisherman, house 47 Maplewood av. 
Hartz John E. carpenter, house 67 Eastern avenue 
Harvey Alonzo F. stoves, 59 Washington, house 4 Prospect 
Harvey A. Edward, clerk, boards 13 Marchant 
Harvey Benjamin, farmer, house 218 Washington 
Harvey Bros. ( George W. and Sidney R.), props, stage and 

express line, Lanesville, office 76 Main 
Harvey Charles A. stonecutter, boards 148 Leonard 
Harvey Edward, fisherman, house rear 47 Friend 
Harvey Edward F. farmer, at G. Babson's, bds. 5 Marsh 
Harvey Edward H. laborer, house 448 Washington 
Harvey Edward H. jr. blacksmith, boards 448 Washington 
Harvey Fitz 0. blacksmith, 123 East Main, h. 21 Hammond 

HARYEY GEORGE, blacksmith, 97 and 99 Duncan; 
also [Harvey & Tarr), 91 do. house 27 Prospect 
(see page 269) 
Harvey George E. laborer, house 54 Eastern av. 
Harvey George G. fisherman, house 79 Perkins 
Harvey George J. fisherman, house 6 Fort square 
Harvey George J. painter, house 7 Haskell 
Harvey George W. artist, house Warner, cor. Oak 
Harvey George W. (Harvey Bros.), stage props., Lanes- 
ville, house 804J Washington 
Harvey Gilman, billiards, 36 Leonard, h. 4 Bay View pi. 
Harvey Robert K. shoemaker and variety store, 51 Pros- 
pect, house 65 Washington 
Harvey Sidney R. (Harvey Bros.), stage proprietors, Lanes- 
ville, boards 804| Washington 
Harvey Thomas, mariner, house 13 Marchant 
Harvey Walter S. clerk, Hamilton House, boards do. 
Harvey Warren, farmer, house 148 Leonard 
Harvey Wilbert W. fisherman, boards 15 Columbia 
Harvey William, stoneworker, house 5 Marsh 
Harvey William, house 3 Winchester court 

HARYEY & TARR ( George Harvey and William P. 
Tarr), blocks and oars, 91 to 95 Duncan (see p. 269) 
Haskell Asa, shoemaker, house 279 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Haskell Azor C. farmer, house 72 Concord, W. G. 
Haskell Benjamin, house 1 Spring 

HASKELL JBENJ. & SONS (Howard, Kelvin, and 
Loring B.), wholesale grocers and flour dealers, 315 
and 319, provisions, 284, and crockery, 288 Main 
(see page 275) 
Haskell Benjamin, jr. 315 Main, boards 1 Spring 
Haskell Edward H. (Boston), house 9 Mason 
Haskell Epes B. farmer, house 18 Bray, West Gloucester 
Haskell E. Austin, boards Mrs. Jacob Haskell's, W. G. 
Haskell Forbes P. farmer, house Walker, W. G. 
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Haskell Frank (Lynn), summer res. 190 Washington 
Haskell Frederick, farmer, house 409 Essex av., VV. G. 
Haskell George W. anchor maker, house 8 Bridge 
Haskell Helen V. teacher, Bray school, b. 279 Essex av. W G. 
Haskell Henry, printer, 191 Main, bds. 60 Concord, W. G. 

HASKELL HENRY C. L. postmaster at West Glou- 
cester, and insurance agent, 97 Main, house 279 
Essex av., W. G. (see page 272) 
Haskell Horace, clerk, 172 Main, boards 7 School 
■Haskell Howard (B. Haskell & Sons), 315 Main, house 5 

Marchant 
Haskell Jacob Mrs. house 255 Concord, W. G. 
Haskell Jacob F. farmer, b. Mrs. Jacob HaskelPs, W. G. 
Haskell John, foreman, at D. M. Hilton's, h. 4 Trask 
Haskell John J. fisherman, house 13 Tremont 
Haskell J. Warren, boots and shoes, 172 Main, h. 7 School 
Haskell Lemuel, house 57 Western avenue 
Haskell Llewellyn, farmer, house 255 Concord, W. G. 
Haskell Loring B. (B. Haskell & Sons), 315 Main, house 6 

Marchant 4 

Haskell MeMn (B. Haskell & Sons), 284 Main, h. 316 do. 
Haskell Perley, farmer, house 449 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Haskell Philip H. stonemason, house 8 Water 
Haskell Ruth, widow, house 5 Lookout 
Haskell Samuel, fisheries, 95 East Main, h. 6 Highland 
Haskell Sidney F. (Gape Ann Bulletin Go.), 191 Main, h. 

35 Prospect [32 Pleasant 

Haskell William H. secretary overseers of the poor, house 
Haskins Barnabas D. clerk, A. W. Dodd & Co.'s, house 

23 Chestnut 
Haskins Clara, widow, house 46 Prospect 
Haslam Geo. F. carriage painter, Parsons st. h. 21 Church 
Hasselgard Oliver, mariner, house 64 Blynman av. 
Hastings Elizabeth, widow, house 11 Procter 
Hastings Theresa Mrs. house 15 Eastern avenue 
Hastings Watson B. (Cambridge), summer residence, 

Cambridge avenue 
Hastings William, laborer, boards 15 Eastern av. 
Hasty William, house 16 Friend 
Hatch Henry J. fisherman, house 12 Gould court 
Hathaway Ephraim, clerk, 284 Main, house 48 Warner 
Hatt David E. ship carpenter, house 49 Warner 
Hattie William C. carpenter, boards 49 Prospect 
Havenor Samuel K. fisherman, house 59 Friend 
Hawley Marquis L. supt. of schools, house 3 Angle 
Hawson John, ship broker, and bookseller, etc. 82 Main, 

house 28 Elm 
Hawson John A. clerk, Rowe & Jordan's, boards 28 Elm 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 91 

Hayden Charles A. rector St. John's Episcopal Church, 

house 36 Granite 
Hayden Daniel, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 
Hayden Edward R. clerk, 63 Duncan, boards 61 do. 
Hayden G. Wallace, blacksmith, house 53 Langsford 
Hayden Luther, second-hand articles, 61 Duncan, house do. 
Hayden Peter, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 
Hayden William P. foreman, house 920 Washington 
Hayes Catharine, widow of Eugene, house 3 Pine 
Hayes James B. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Hayes John, quarryman, boards 91 High 
Hayes Joseph P. saloon, 26 Hancock, house do. 
Hayes Thomas, fisherman, house 36 Friend 
•Hazel Edwin, carpenter, house 11 Commonwealth avenue 
Healy John, water boat, house 12 Smith 
Healy J. J. Rev. pastor St. Anne's Church, h. 60 Prospect 
Healy, see also Haley 

Heaps John J. fisherman, house 4 Eastern avenue 
Hearn Bridget, widow, house 8 Allen 
Hearn Edward, mason, house 8 Allen 
Hearn Peter, fisherman, house 8 Gould court 
Hearn Richard, fisherman, house 16 Millett 
Hearn Walter, fisherman, house 3 Addison 
Hearn, see also Hern and Herring 
Heberle Charles, engineer, boards 124 Duncan 
Heckman Noble, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Heckman, see also Hickman 
Hefferan John, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 
Heineman David, millinery, 124 Main, house 19 Elm 
Heineman George, traveling salesman, boards 19 Elm 
Heineman Henry, clerk, 124 Main, boards 19 Elm 
Heineman Isaac, traveling salesman, boards 19 Elm 
Hemple Edward, fisherman, boards 336 Main 
Henderson Allen, tinsmith, house 7 Mt. Pleasant av., No. 1 
Henderson Isaac, saloon, 17 Hancock, house do. 
Henderson Peter, fisherman, house rear 21 Park 
Henderson Thomas C. fisherman, house 40 School 
Hendrickson August, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 
Hendrickson John, fisherman, house 8 Staten 
Hendrickson Martin, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Henneberry Ellen, widow, house 59 Friend 
Henneberry Michael, died May 12, 1884 
Hennessey Ann, widow, house 9 Sargent 
Hennessey Cornelius, laborer, house 43 Mansfield 
Hennessey Ellen Mrs. house 39 Middle 
Hennessey Thomas, fisherman, boards 9 Sargent 
Herlihy Bridget, widow, boards 21 Park 
Hern Solomon, tailor, 147 Main, boards 8 Summer 
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Herrick Anna B. Mrs. boards 5 Columbia 
•Herrick Arthur E. fruit and confectionery, 158 Main, house 

10 Forest 
Herrick Benjamin F. fisherman, house 344 Main 
Herrick Caroline Mrs. house 57 Prospect 
Herrick Charles G. boards Gardner W. Herrick's, W. G. 
Herrick Charles H. house 6 Stacy court 
Herrick Daniel A. house Concord st., West Gloucester 
Herrick Eben P. clerk, Gloucester Hotel, boards do. 
Herrick Frank B. driver, C. M. Hubbard's, house 11 Middle 
Herrick Frank B. music teacher, 97 Main, house 19 Friend 
Herrick Frederick, farmer, bds. Gardner VV. Herrick's, W. G. 
Herrick Gardner W. farmer, house 86 Concord, W. G. 
Herrick George W. farmer, boards 142 Concord, W. G. 
Herrick Herbert J. boards 86 Concord, West Gloucester 
Herrick Isaac A. house 46 Mt. Vernon 
Herrick John G. clerk, 21 Friend, house 14 Staten 
Herrick John G. Mrs. house 142 Concord. W. Gloucester 
Herrick John J. laborer, house rear 102 Washington 
Herrick Josiah, saloon, 48| Softool, house 4 Willow 
Herrick Patience, widow, boards E. B. Haskell's, W. G. 
Herrick Richard, sen. died January 15, 1883 
Herrick Richard, tinsmith, 278 Main, boards 17 Dike 
Herring Peter, laborer, house 40 Friend 
Herring, see also Hearn 

Hersey Charles 0. removed to Providence, R. I. 
Hersey Charles H. removed to Providence, R. I. 
Hersey Loring, junk, J. Friend's whf. h. 6 Winchester ot. 
Hession John, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Heyer Charles A. (Boston), summer res. Cambridge av. 
Hibbert Eliza, widow, house 21 Shepherd 
Hibbert George P. carpenter, house 7 Sayward 
Hibbert George W. fisherman, boards 21 Shepherd 
Hibbert John N. fisherman, boards 21 Shepherd 
Hibbert Martin, laborer, house Walker st., W. Gloucester 
Hickey John, fisherman, house 15 Willow 
Hickey John, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
Hickey Maurice, fisherman, boards 15 Willow 
Hickman George J. fisherman, house 9 Liberty 
Hickman Mary E. compositor, Daily News, bds. 9 Liberty 
Hickman, see also Heckman 
Hicks James, fisherman, house 41 Mansfield 
Hicks Julia M. Mrs. house Essex avenue, W. Gloucester 
Higgins Clarendon, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Higgins David, fisherman, boards 16 Fort square 
Higgins George E. mason, house 113 Prospect 

HIGGINS (Isaac H.) & GIFFORD (Asa T.), boat 
builders, Parker, near East Main, head of the harbor, 
house 298 Main (see page 269) 






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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 93 

Higgins Joshua, fisherman, house 252 East Main 

Higgins Michael, stonecutter, house 91 High 

Higgins Orrick, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

High George W. fisherman, house 37 Friend 

Highgate Robert, fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 

Hight Loring, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 

Hiland Laban R. Mrs. house 370 Washington 

Hildreth Anna M. widow of Charles H. house 25 Church 

Hildreth Charles H. Dr. died May 18, 1884 

Hill Bradley, salve maker, house Essex avenue, W. G. 

Hill Charles, fisherman, boards 33 East Main 

Hill Charles, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 

Hill Charles E. fisherman, boards 86 Eastern avenue 

Hill Edward, house 86 Eastern avenue 

Hiller Edward, fisherman, boards 16 Summit 

Hillier Daniel E. laborer, house 66 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Hillier Frederick, mariner, house 776 Washington [av. 

Hillier Hester A. widow of Daniel W. h. 6Q Mt. Pleasant 

Hillier Jas. fisherman, h. Rocky Neck av. n. ferry landing 

Hillier James U. at Tarr & Wouson's, Rocky Neck, boards 

1 Rackliffe 
Hillier Sarah E. widow, house 16 Elm 
Hillier William, fisherman, house 1 Rackliffe 

HILTON DAVID M. stable and teaming, 6 Pearce, and 
152 Main, house 241 do. (see front colored page) 
Hilton Francis, house 241 Main 
Hilton Richard El. house 40 Pleasant 

Hilton William F. horse shoer, 35 Mansfield, house 29 do. 
Hiltz Angus, lost at sea 
Hiltz Charles, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Hiltz Daniel, boarding house, 26 Addison 
Hiltz Daniel T. tel. operator, 173 Main, boards 28 Addison 
Hiltz Hibbard, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Hiltz John J. prop. Hamilton House, Shepherd, c. Tremont 
Hiltz Paul, fisherman, house 28 Addison 
Hinckley Elias L. laborer, house rear 135 Washington 
Hinckley George, fish skinner, boards 30 Parker 
Hinckley Mary E. Mrs. house 19 Warner 
Hinckley William A. hairdresser, 179J E. Main, h. 159 do. 
Hinckley William 0. sailmaker, house 16 Summit 
Hines William K. blacksmith, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Hinkley Fitz William B. carpenter, house 130 East Main 
Hinkley Grace Mrs. house 22 Chapel 
Hinkley Isaac, fisherman, house rear 102 Washington 
Hirikley James W. fisherman, house 48 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Hipson Stillman, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 
Hission Hannah, widow, house 55 Fort square 
Hobbs Abner, farmer, house 202 Magnolia avenue, W.G. 
Hobbs Ellen F. copyist (Boston), b. F. T. Hobbs', W.G. 



94 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Hobbs F©ster T. farmer, house 201 Essex avenue, W.G. 
Hobbs Levi W. farmer, house 261 Essex avenue, W.G. 
— Hobbs Rhetta Miss, dressmaker, boards 142 Prospect 
Hobbs William E. fisherman, house 142 Prospect 
Hochberger Salomon & Co. junk, 8 Locust, h. 236 Main 
Hodgdon Arabel B. Mrs. removed to Salem 
Hodgdon John C. quarryman, house 773 Washington 
Hodgdon Orrington, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Hodgdon Parkman G. fisherman, house 20 Liberty 
— -Hodgdon Thomas F. master mariner, house 24 Liberty 
Hodgdon Warren, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Hodgdon, see also Hodsdon 
Hodge Alonzo L. boards 14 Lookout 
Hodge James H. painter, boards 11 Locust 
Hodge John T. hairdresser, 52 Main, house 14 Lookout 
Hodge Robert, removed to Maiden 
Hodge Thomas (Stockbridge & Co.), Parmenter, Rice, & 

Co.'s wharf, house 14 Lookout 
Hodgkins Abraham D. laborer, house 14 Hodgkins 
Hodgkins Albert, carpenter, h6use rear 392 Washington 
Hodgkins Benjamin, grocer, 434 Washington, house do. 
Hodgkins Benjamin A. at James A. Tarr's, Rocky Neck, 

house 40 Rocky Neck avenue 
Hodgkins Benn, clerk, 159 Main, house 34 Beacon 
Hodgkins Betsey, widow of John, house 355 Washington 
Hodgkins Charles A. clerk, 23 Main, boards 11 Gee av. 
Hodgkins Clarence, carpenter, house 6 Stone court 
Hodgkins Daniel B. grist mill, 510 Washington, store 30 

Pearl, house 545 Washington 
Hodgkins Daniel G. grocer, 77 Wheeler, house do. 
Hodgkins David, miller, house 504 Washington 
Hodgkins David Bruce, painter, 42 Wash. bds. 11 Gee av. 
Hodgkins Dorcas, widow, boards 408 Washington 
Hodgkins Eben & Brother (E. G.), grocers, 32 Eastern 

avenue, house do. 
Hodgkins Eben T. draw tender, E. R.R. h. 132 Washington 
Hodgkins Edward, clerk, 83 Main, house 18 Washington 
Hodgkins Edward, miller, boards 545 Washington 
Hodgkins Edw. T. printer, 108 Main, h. 54 Maplewood av. 
Hodgkins Edwin W. police, Rogers' block, h. 128 Wash. 
— Hodgkins Emory, carpenter, house 130 Washington 

Hodgkins Everett N. clerk, 30 Pearl, bds. 545 Washington 
Hodgkins E. Gorham (E. Hodgkins & Brother), 32 Eastern 

avenue, house do. 
Hodgkins E. J. grocer, 360 Washington, boards 355 do. 
Hodgkins Frank N. clerk, 32 Main, boards 81 Prospect 
Hodgkins Frederick T. carpenter, house 238 Washington 
Hodgkins George W. laborer, house 23 Wonson 
Hodgkins Herbert F. clerk, boards 14 Hodgkins 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 95 

Hodgkins Howard A. miller, boards 545 Washington 
Hodgkins Isaac, laborer, house 1 1 Gee avenue 
Hodgkins James, farmer, house Hodgkins, corner Wesley 
Hodgkins James H. fisherman, house 12 Hodgkins 
Hodgkins John, died May 13, 1883 
Hodgkins John, billiards, end of Marsh, house do. 
Hodgkins John, painter, house 355 Washington 
Hodgkins John P. fisherman, house rear 392 Washington 
Hodgkins Joseph E. N. musician, house 55 Mansfield 
"odgkins J. Wakefield, bookkeeper, J. G. Tarr & Brother's, 

house 12 Chestnut 
Hodgkins Moses, laborer, house 9 Grove 
Hodgkins Moses, machinist (Boston), house 9 Grove 
Hodgkins Nathaniel I). carpenter, house 29 Hodgkins 
Hodgkins Nathaniel D. jr. painter, house 28 Hodgkins 
Hodgkins Robert M. died Dec. 5, 1882 
Hodgkins Rufus C. clerk, 30 Pearl, bds. 545 Washington 
Hodgkins Samuel, house 232 Washington, corner Marsh 
Hodgkins Samuel, jr. house 392 Washington 
Hodgkins Sarah E. widow, house 32 Eastern avenue 
Hodgkins Timothy, removed to Florida 
Hodgkins William, 3d, carpenter, 61 Rogers, h. 5 Exchange 
Hodgkins William A. laborer, house 27 Quarry 
Hodgkins William L. carpenter, house 81 Prospect 
Hodsdon Benjamin W. fisherman, h. 44 Rocky Neck av. 
Hodsdon Elbridge M. fisherman, house 322 East Main 
Hodsdon Freeman D. provisions, 171 E. Main, h. 155 do. 
Hodsdon Lovell J. fisherman, house 2 Wonson 
Hodsdon, see also Hodgdon 
Hoey Cornelius F. clerk, boards 34 Granite 
Hogan Margaret, widow, house 14 Gould court 
Hogan Michael, fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 
Hokerson Charles, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Holbrook Alonzo A. fisherman, house 11 Spring 
Holden Fremont, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Holland Albert A. house 25 Liberty 
Holland Edward, fisherman* boards 15 Hancock 
Holland Michael, mason, house 25 Sargent 
Holland Michael, died Nov. 2, 1882 
Holley Amos, boards 39 Eastern avenue 
Holley Clovis, fisherman, house 30 Haskell /-\ 

Hollev Edward F. clerk, 208 Main, hettse-^t-^CBtei^ft-asu C^tAP 

HOLLY TREE INN, 181 Main, Ira Andrews, prop, 
(see page 279) 
Holmes Charles R. fisherman, boards 4 Willow 
Holmes Edward W. laborer, house Essex av., W. G. 
Holmes. Lyman B. farmer, boards L. Goodwin's, W. G. 
Holmes Stephen, shoemaker, 46 Commercial, boards 18 
Western avenue ' 



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OMANS FRANCIS W. merchant, Gilbert's wharf, 
and prop. Fern wood Lake ice, office 153 Main, h. 
8 Mason (see page 272) 
Homans Henry B. removed to Salem [av., W. G. 

Homans William A. supt. Fernwood Lake Ice Co. h. Essex 
^TTOMANS WILLIAM A. Jr., ice, 153 Main, 
^^ Ml Fernwood Lake avenue, W. G. (see page 272) 
Honnors Abigail B. widow, house 54 Prospect 
Honnors George B. died Oct. 27, 1882 
Honnors George E. lineman, boards 72 Maplewood avenue 
^-r Honnors John P. carpenter, rear 16 Pearl, 1>. 54 Prospect 
Honnors John R. house 25 Magnolia avenue [av. 

.Honnors Rebecca H. widow of Geo. B. h. 74 Maplewood 
Honors Mary C. house 29 Magnolia avenue 
Hood Asa, quarryman, house Revere street 
Hooper Charles J. keeper, Ten Pound Island light, h. do. 
Hooper Charles T. clerk, 178 Main, boards 13 Western av. 
Hooper Dennison, keeper of lighthouse at Annisquam 
Hooton John, fisherman, boards J34 Granite 
^^ Hopkins Calvin F. watchmaker, 161 Main, h. 28 Chestnut 
Hopkins George, fisherman, boards 293 Main 
Hopkins George, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Hopkins»Henry S. fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
Hopkins Jeremiah H. fisherman, house 7 Fremont 
Hopkins John, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Horan Dennis M. fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 
Horgan Daniel, removed to Lynn 
Hornberg Henry, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Horton Ambrose C. boat builder, house rear 4 Cross 
Horton Edward A. fisherman, house 20 Orchard 
Horton Stephen, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Hotchkiss Benjamin A. clerk, Presson's Ex., b. 3 School 
• Hotchkiss Edward G. bookkeeper, 60 Commercial, house 
25 Warner 
Hotchkiss Fred M. grocer, 104 Prospect, house 35 Elm 
Houlihan Thomas, fisherman, house 24 Pine 
Hovey Henry S. (Boston), summer res. 238 Western av. 
Howard Catharine, widow, house 6 Sargent 

HOWARD CHARLES 0, boots and shoes, 64 Main, 
house 68 Western avenue (see line on front cover) 
Howard Darius, house 3 Liberty 
Howard Frank D. clerk, house 3 Liberty 
Howard George W. clerk, 142 Main, boards 3 Liberty 
Howard Oliver F. shoemaker, 64 Main, h. 32 Washington sq. 
Howe Mary W. Mrs. house 13 Spring 
Howe William H. surveyor, and variety store, 139 Pros- 
pect, house 18 Spring 
Howes Erastus, ship joiner, house 75 Perkins 
H6wlett John, fisherman, boards 14 Tremont 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 97 

Howlett Michael, fisherman, house 4 Cross 

Howlett Philip, fisherman, house 6 Elwell 

Hoy, see Hoey 

Hoyt Edward C. Mrs. house 33 Elm 

Hoyt Edward F. house 94 Prospect 

Hoyt Elizabeth, widow of E. Frank, house 33 School 

Hoyt Ellen, widow, house 33 School 

Hoyt John E. laborer, boards 33 School 

Hoyt William 0. hairdresser, boards 33 School 

Hubbard Augustus, baker, 44 Prospect, house 6 Wells 

Hubbard Frank, fisherman, b. rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 

Hubbard Christopher M. baker, 59 Duncan, h. 2 Ivy court 

Hubbard George, laborer, bds. rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 

Hubbard Henry C. removed to Boston 

Hubbard Patrick, fisherman, house 20 Sargent 

Hubbard Richard, fisherman, house 39 Middle 

Hubbard William, laborer, house rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 

Hubbard William, jr. boards rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 

Hudson George II. clerk, 22 Vincent, boards 6 Smith 

Hudson Thomas W. fisherman, house 6 Smith 

Huff Bradbury H. carpenter, house 4 Curve 

Huff Leander, carpenter, house 21 Leonard 

Hughes William, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 

Hull I.thiel, cooper, house 13 Taylor 

Hull James H. fisherman, boards 5 Allen 

Hull John J. cooper, house 5 Allen 

Hull J. Harding, cooper, house 5 Maple 

Hunley John, fisherman, house 8 Vincent 

Hunt Barnard F., Mr. and Mrs. proprietors Oak Grove 

House, 45 Magnolia avenue 
Hunt Joanna G. Mrs. house 5 Eastern avenue 
Hunt Josiah H. removed to Hawley 
Hunt William, fisherman, house 13 Williams court 
Hunter Magnus, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 
Hurd Charles, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Hurlbert Robert, fisherman, boards 20 Western avenue 
Hurley John, fisherman, house 55 Warner 
Hurley Michael, fisherman, house 42 Wharf 
Hurley Michael W. printer, 191 Main 
Hurley Patrick, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
Huskins Charles, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Hussey William, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
Hutchings Sydney, janitor, police station, house 4 Rowe 

square (East) 
Hutchins Augustus, manner, house 12 Hutchins court 
Hutchins Charles, paving cutter, boards at Wm. Hutchins* 
Hutchins Edward, fisherman, boards 130 East Main 
Hutchins Frank, saloon, 131 East Main, house 130 do. 
Hutchins Herrick, fisherman, boards 209 Main 



98 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Hutchins William, house 14 Hutchins court 
Hutt Jacob, fisherman, boards 14 Highland 
/--Hutt Kuth A. Mrs. house 52 Washington 

Hutt William A. laborer, house Friend's wharf, Vincent st. 
Hutt William V. laborer, house 45 Maplewood avenue 
Hyatt Alpheus, professor, summer res. 510 Washington 
Hymes Anthony, fisherman, house 34 Grove 
Hyson Margaret, widow, house 12 Smith 

INGALLS ANDREW, fisherman, boards 293 Main 
Ingalls Charles A. clerk, house 9 Forest 
y . Ingalls Eliza, widow, house 1 Rowe square (East) 

' Ingalls Henry, fisherman, house 23 Highland 

Ingalls John H. fisherman, boards 1 Rowe square (East) 

Ingalls Joseph, fisherman, house 38 East Main 

Ingersoll Albert, carpenter, house 11 Grove [house do. 

Ingersoll Amos, Metropolitan House, 232 and 234 Main, 

Ingersoll Charles M. house 14 Grove* 

Ingersoll Charles W. mason, house 8 Bridge 

Ingersoll David, master mariner, house 185 Western av. 

Ingersoll Edward, clerk, Metropolitan House, house 7 

Rowe square (West) 
Ingersoll Howard F. manager Washington market, 34 

Washington, boards 19 Park 
Ingersoll James, gardener, house 225 Western avenue 
^Ingersoll James W. painter, house 245 Main 
Ingersoll John H. laborer, house 389 Main 
Ingersoll Joshua, died December 4, 1883 
Ingersoll J. Frank, printer, 110 Main, boards 22 Hodgkins 

■ /* Ingersoll Mary, widow of Samuel, house 22 Hodgkins 

^ Ingersoll Samuel, died May 20, 1883 

Ingersoll Samuel, teamster, house 15 Pearl 
Ingersoll William, blacksmith, boards 22 Hodgkins 
, Ingersoll William, teamster, house 26 Chestnut 
Inness Charles W. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Ireland Alfred, farmer, house 19 Lincoln, V^est Gloucester 
Ireland William F. boards A. Ireland's, West Gloucester 
Irving Catharine, widow, house 6 Willow 
Irving Fred A. printer, 191 Main, boards 23 Willow 
Irving H. Nelson, carpenter, house 49 Prospect \ 

Irving Joseph, house 3 Williams court 
Irving Mary, widow, house 29 Exchange 
Irving Robert H. ship carpenter, house 23 Willow 
Irving Thomas, carpenter, house 8 Western avenue 
Irving, see also Erwin 

Isaac William, stonecutter, house 709 Washington 
Isaacson Cornelius, fisherman, boards 79 Commercial 
Ivers James, fisherman, house rear 48 Fort square 
Iverson Peter, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 99 

JACKMAN CHARLES H. master mariner, h. 2 Bass av. 
Jackraan Eli, house 33 East Main 
. Jackman Nathan M. shipwright, rear 201 East Main, house 

4 Hammond . 
Jackman Thomas A. fisherman, house 5 Cross 
Jackman William, mason, boards 14 Forest 
Jackson Arthur, fireman, house 69 Friend 
Jackson Austin, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Jackson Bros. {Francis and Daniel), dry goods, etc. 830 

Washington 
Jackson Daniel (Jackson Bros.), house 6 Langsford 
Jackson Francis (Jackson Bros.), house 47 High 
Jackson William, fisherman, house 136 Washington 
Jacobs Benjamin, clerk, 151 Main, boards 8 Summer 
Jacobs Charles, clerk, 103 Main, house 72 Prospect 
Jacobs Charles A. clerk, 151 Main, boards 8 Summer 
Jacobs Henry, fisherman, house 230 East Main 
Jacobs Henry S. fisherman, house 247 East Main 

JACOBS J. & CO., Custom Clothing Palace, 103 and 
105 Main, house 72 Prospect (see back cover) 
Jacobs Nathan, clothing, 147 and 151 Main, h. 8 Summer 
Jacobs Norman A. clerk, 151 Main, boards 8 Summer 
Jacobs Solomon, master mariner, house 150 Prospect 
Jacobson Alexander, laborer, house 9 Traverse 
Jacobson George, fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 
Jacobson John, fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 
Jacobson John T. fisherman, boards 18 Water 
James George, livery stable, 1 Commercial, house 3 do. 
James George, jr. bill poster, house Essex avenue, W. G. 
James John, hostler, 1 Commercial, house 9 Stanwood 
James Samuel, farmer, house 179 Essex avenue, W. G. 
James Samuel A. farmer, boards Samuel James', W. G. 
James Thomas, house 702 Washington 
Jameson Alexander, fisherman, boards 19 Maplewood av. 
Jameson David C. fisherman, boards 58 Washington 
-Jameson Elizabeth, widow, house 39 School 
Jameson Ella Miss, bookkeeper, 315 Main, boards 3 Trask 
Jameson John S. fisherman, house 3 Trask 
Jameson William, fisherman, house 118 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Janes Aubrey J. S. millinery, etc. 75 Main, b. 27 Chestnut 
Jaquith Aaron, house 237 Western avenue 
Jarvis William, laundryman, house 10 Eastern avenue 
Jason John, fisherman, house 47 Friend / / ^ 

JEFFERY GEORGE L. printer and stationer, 3*1 Main, 
huuuu 08 Washington" (see page 267) 
Jeffrey Henry, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Jeffrey Howard, fisherman, boards 10 Rowe square (East) 
Jeffrey James, fisherman, house 10 Maple 
Jeffrey Levi S. fisherman, boards 48 School 



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Jeffrey Robert, died July 5, 1883 

-Jeffrey Susan, widow of Robert, house 10 Rowe sq. (East) 
Jeffs George H. farmer, house Sumner, West Gloucester 
Jeffs Henry, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Jeffs William (Moody & Jeffs), 27 Wharf, house 13 Staten 
Jeffs William H. laborer, house 59 Maplewood avenue 
Jenkins Henry, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Jenkins William, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Jenney William, driver, 139 Main 
Jennings Edward, fisherman, boards 336 Main 
-Jensen Elizabeth A. Mrs. house 13 Maplewood avenue 
Jensen James A. conductor, boards 13 Maplewood avenue. 
Jensen Peter H. died Oct. 29, 1882 
Jessee Joseph, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Jewett James S. boot manuf 11 Leonard, h. 5 Bridgewater 
Jewett Silas B. fisherman, house 10 Chapel 
Jewett William II. heel irons, 11 Leonard, house 50 do. 
Jodrey Peter, grocer, 96 Duncan, house 94 do. 
Johnson Abraham, fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Johnson Albert M. fisherman, boards 176 East Main 
Johnson Alexander, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Johnson Alexander, died Oct. 22, 1883 
Johnson Alfred, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Johnson Antoine, fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 
Johnson Augustus, fisherman, house 61 Friend 
Johnson Axel E. fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Johnson Benjamin, fisherman, house 22 School 
Johnson Charles, fisherman, house 19 Fort square 
Johnson Charles, fisherman, boards 18 Water 
Johnson Charles, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Johnson Charles A. house 13 Pleasant 
Johnson Christopher, fisherman, boards 16 Tremont 
Johnson Daniel, fisherman, boards 4 Smith 
Johnson Edward, fisherman, boards 4 Smith 
Johnson Eli, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Johnson Frank E. salesman, 331 Main, house 4 Lookout 
Johnson George A. fisherman, house 4 Forest 
Johnson George C. fisherman, house 99 East Main 
Johnson Gustavus, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Johnson Hans, fisherman, house 68 East Main 
Johnson Hans C. fisherman, house 22 Hammond 
Johnson Horace, fisherman, house 176 Essex avenue. W.G. 
Johnson John, fisherman, house 6 Willow 
Johnson John, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
Johnson John, fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 
Johnson John, fisherman, boards 18 Water 
Johnson Joseph, fisherman, boards 16 Fort square 
Johnson Joshua H. fisherman, boards 40 Warner 
Johnson Louis, fisherman, house 8 Gerring 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 101 

Johnson Louis H. fisherman, house 15 Highland court 
Johnson Martin, fisherman, house rear 55 lYlain 
Johnson Mathias, janitor, house 8 Stacy court 
Johnson (Nelson M.) & Davis (F. P.), bakers, 29 Wash- 
ington, boards 10 Trask 
Johnson Nicholas, fisherman, house 21 Mt. Vernon 
Johnson Oliff Mrs. house 11 Shepherd 
Johnson Otto, fisherman, house 118 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Johnson Otto, fisherman, boards 336 Main 
Johnson Peter, fisherman, house 42 Western avenue 
Johnson Peter, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Johnson Philip, fisherman, house 66 Western avenue 
Johnson Sophia, widow, house 18 Columbia 
Johnson Stephen Mrs. dressmaker, over 311 Main, h. do. 
Johnson Thomas, fisherman, house 83 Wheeler 
Johnson Walter C. hairdresser, 196 Main, h. 3 J Tremont 
Johnson, see Jensen, also Jorgensen 

Johnston Charles G-. master mariner, boards Belmont Hotel 
Jones Ambrose, carpenter, house 9 Revere 
Jones Ambrose, jr. blacksmith, house 9 Revere 
Jones Andrew, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Jones Edward, carpenter, house 304 Main 
Jones Ernest, stone cutter, house 768 Washington 
Jones Frances Miss, house 5 Church 
Jones George C. fisherman, house 10 Traverse 
Jones George H. boards 235 Western avenue 
Jones George N. house 235 Western avenue 
Jones John, laborer, house off Revere, near Washington 
Jones John H. foreman, house 6 Mechanic place 
Jones John J. gardener, house 279 Western avenue 
Jones John J. variety store, 10 Main, h. 26 Western av. 
Jones John W. died April 12, 1883 

Jones Joseph W. cigarmaker, boards 26 Western avenue 
Jones Loring, teamster, house 2 Arlington 
Jones Maria Mrs. died Oct; 24, 1883 
Jones Mary Mrs. removed to Somerville 
Jones Mary, widow of David N. house 4 Lewis court 
Jones Paul D. fisherman, house 19 Williams court 
Jones Samuel Mrs. house 5 Church 
Jones Samuel, house 24 Revere 
Jones Samuel, jr. farmer, house 24 Revere 
Jones Thomas, fisherman, house 139 East Main 
Jones Thomas W. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
Jones William, died Feb. 19, 1883 

Jordan Mary A. widow, house Atlantic st. W. Gloucester 
Jordan Samuel, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Jordan William H. (Bowe & Jordan), Rowe square (East), 

house 10 Hovey 
Jorgensen H. C. fisherman, boards 16 Tremont 



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^^ Joseph Antoine, variety store, 18 School, house 20 do. 
Joseph Antoine, fisherman, house 11 Perkins 
^ Joseph David, foreman, Pettingill & Cunningham's, house 

y^ 13 Addison 

Joseph John, fisherman, house 24 Millett 

Joseph Manuel, fisherman, house 5 Elwell court 

Joseph Paul, fisherman, house 23 Webster 

Joseph Philip, fisherman, house rear 16 Taylor 

Joseph William P. painter, house 103 Prospect 

Joslyn Myron W. summer residence, Cliff av., Magnolia 

Joy Ellen, widow, house 53 Prospect 

Joyce Isaac M. fisherman, house 1 Wiley 

Joyce James H. removed to Worcester 

Joyce Miles, fisherman, house 10 Bass avenue 

KANE FLYNN, laborer, house 9 Pearl 
Kanuckson James, fisherman, house rear 18 Spring 
Kanuckson Peter, house rear 18 Spring 
Karcher Frederick D. clerk, 115 Main, bds. IT Exchange' 
S^tT ARCHER JACOB, dining rooms, 115 Main, house 17 

s^ _fV_ Exchange (see page 277) 

Karcher John, baker, boards 17 Exchange 
Katell Sanford M. photographer, 227 Main, h. at Lowell 
Kavanagh, see also Cavanagji 
/ Keating Hannah, widow, house 385 Main 
Keating, see also Caton 

Keefe Jeremiah, fisherman, boards Duncan, cor. Rogers 
Keefe John, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Keefe John E. saloon, Duncan, cor. Rogers, house do. 
Keefe Mary A. widow of James, house 40 Wharf 
Keefe Michael, saloon, 65 Duncan, house 43 Prospect 
Keel Peter, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Keene Charles 1 A. master mariner, house 46 Western av. 
Keene Daniel G. tinsmith, 221 Main, house at Rockport 
>^Keith Jeremiah E. provisions, house 54 Eastern avenue 
Kelleher William, laborer, house 21 Shepherd 
Kelleher William H. laborer, boards 21 Shepherd 

^*- Kelly Charles G-. painter, house 14 Oak 

Kelly Coleman, fisherman, house 9 Bass avenue 

Kelly Horace C. foreman, A. W. Dodd & Co.'s, h. 9 Warner 

Kelly James, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 

Kelly John, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 

Kelly John, fisherman, house 10 Fort square 

Kelly John, fisherman, house 344 Western avenue 

Kelly John, fisherman, house 30 Taylor 

Kelly John, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 

Kelly John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Kelly Margaret, widow, house 71 Friend 

Kelly Mary, widow, house 344 Western avenue 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 103 

Kelly Maurice, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 

Kelly Thomas, fisherman, house 10 Bass avenue 

Kelly Thomas, fisherman, house 18 Perkins 

Kelly William, fisherman, house 67 Friend 

Kelly William, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Kelso James, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 

Kemp John, house 22 Perkins 

Kemp William II. clerk, 22 Pearce, house t Allen 

Kendall Charles M. clerk, rear 158 Main, house 9 Wells 

Kendall Daniel L. teamster, house 6 Cove 

Kendall James Mrs. house 20 Western avenue 

^Kendall John D. Mrs. house 9 Wells 

Kendall John J. Mrs. house 20 Western avenue 
Kennedy Charles H. S. fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Kennedy Coleman, laborer, house 28 Haskell 
Kennedy Daniel, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Kennedy Edward, 18 Commercial, boards 217 Main 

^-Kennedy Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 2 East Main 
Kennedy James, laborer, house 13 Blake court 
Kennedy John T. marble worker, boards 133 Washington 
Kennedy Nellie S. Miss, teacher, boards 153 Washington 
^TT'ENNEDY PATRICK, marble and granite worker, 

^ Jjl 108 Washington, house 133 do. (see page 278 ) 
Kennedy Thomas, fisherman, boards 56 Park 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, house 11 Blake court 
Kennedy Thomas, saloon, 24 Rogers, house 6 Prospect 

^^Kennefick Julia, widow of John, house 163 East Main 
Kenney Albert, fisherman, boards 16 Fort square 
Kenney Charles, laborer, house rear 179 East Main 
Kenney Joseph, laborer, house 7 Mt. Pleasant court No. 1 
Kenney Reuben, fisherman, house 12 Ashland place 
Kennison John A. laborer, boards 29 Sargent 
Kenton Thomas H. died February 22, 1884 
Keough Bridget, widow of John, house 18 Millett 
Keough John, lost at sea, November, 1883 
Kereny John, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Kerr Blythe S. painter, 42 Washington, boards 16 Oak 
Kerr Peter, painter, house 150 Western avenue 
Keyes Abbie F. Mrs. house Essex av. near the line, W. G. 
Keyes Herbert, farmer, boards Mrs. A. F. Keyes, W. G, 
v-Kidder Emma, widow of Joseph V. house 2 Lookout 

S Kidder Henry, stonecutter, boards 444 Washington 

yS Kidder. Henry N. house 444 Washington 
' Kidder Joseph V. died May 8, 1884 
Kiff Alexander, died March 4, 1883 
Kiff William G. master mariner, house 12 Trask 
Kiley Patrick, fisherman, house 9 Prospect 
Kiley William, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
Kilgillin Frank, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 






104 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



Killan Daniel, baker, house 48 Park 

Kilpatriek, see Gilpatrick 

Kimball Anna E Mrs. house 80 Washington 

Kimball Joseph W. house 15 Revere 

Kimball Leroy, fisherman, boards 60 Main 

Kimball Seth, removed to Georgetown 

Kincade John, laborer, house 22 Saddler 

King Abel C. grocer, 43 Western avenue, house 45 do. 

King Benjamin 0. laborer, house 99 Prospect 

King Charles, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

King Dan, rigger, house 11 Beach court 

King Hugh J. grocer, 49 Friend, boards 51 do. 

King John, house 51 Friend 

— King J. Thomas, foreman, D. M. Hilton's, bds. 211 Main 
King Mark, fisherman, house 9 Bass avenue 
King Stephen, fisherman, boards 51 Friend 
King Thomas, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 

— King William A. bookkeeper, 664Commercial, h. 24 Granite 
Kinnear Hannah Mrs. house 10 Story 
Kinney James A. shoemaker, 78 Main, house 18 Pearl 
Kinsman Benjamin K. fisherman, boards 35 Warner 

— -Kinsman Charles H. with J. B. Thomas, h. 125 Prospect 
Kinsman Frederick A. clerk, boards 35 Warner 
Kinsman Mehitable H. widow of Wm. H. h. 35 Warner 
Kinsman William H. carpenter, house Hartz place 
Kippen Edward, clerk, 35 Wharf, hpuse 5 Herrick court 
Kippen Eliza Mrs. house 48 Wharf 
Kippen George W. fisherman, house 53 Prospect 
Kirby Michael, quarryman, boards 87 High 
Kirby Timothy, quarryman, house 87 High 
Kirby William, fisherman, house rear 35 Friend 
Kirby William II . house 70 Western avenue 
Kittredge Charles H. teamster, house 6 Bass avenue 
Klausen Albert S. fisherman, house rear 5 Beach court 
Knight Addie M. teacher, Blynman school, boards 106 

Magnolia avenue 
Knight Charles C. mason, house 4 Ashland place 
Knight Elbridge G. house 112 Magnolia avenue 
—Knight Jennie C. Miss, teacher, Collins school, b. 6 Foster 
Knight John T. city missionary, 97 Main, house 106 

Magnolia avenue 
Knights Edward, stonecutter, house 12 Beacon 
Knights Jonas, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Knights Thomas, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Knock William, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Knowles Harvey E. hairdresser, 171 Main, h. 21 Dike 

-^Knowles Ida E. teacher, boards 261 East Main 

y Knowles John, master mariner, house 13 Allen 

Knowles Osborne, printer, 110 Main, boards 13 Allen 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 105 

Knowles Thomas J. fish, Fort wharf, house 5 Mansfield 
Knowlton Albion, fisherman, house 3 Mason square 
Knowlton Ann E. widow, house 6 Mt. Vernon. 
Knowlton Frank, removed to Chelsea 
Knowlton George M. engineer, boards 75 Langsford 
Knowlton Hannah P. widow of John C. house Fuller street, 

Magnolia 
Knowlton Harvey, boards 8 Clarendon 
Knowlton Harvey, jr. house 8 Clarendon 
Knowlton Helen M. Miss, summer residence, Magnolia av. 
Knowlton John B. fisherman, house 63 Magnolia avenue 
Knowlton Joseph L. mariner, house 18 Revere 
Knowlton Orlando, engineer, house 17 South Kilby 
Knox Andrew, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Koppehel E. L. H. hairdresser, 144 Main, boards 8 Trask 
Krintel Charles, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Kuemmel George M. fisherman, boards 69 Main 
Kuemmel William G. fisherman, boards 69 Main 
Kuppersbush Gustave, fisherman, boards 48 School 

LABLANCHE GEORGE, clerk, 18 Commercial, boards 

217 Main 
Lacey Richard C. fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 
Lacouse C. J. Mrs. house 23 Hancock 
Lafford Charles, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Lafford Thomas, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Lafrance James, stonecutter, house 21 Leverett 
Laha Richard, fisherman, house 10 Bass avenue 
Lahey James, stonecutter, house off Emerald 
Lahey Oliver, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Lake Joseph, fisherman, house 3 Cedar 
Lake Laura H. teacher, boards 155 Western avenue 
Lakeman John, assistant postmaster, house 294 Main 
Lally Anthony II. fisherman, house 50 Fort square 
Lambert James H. laborer, house 82 Eastern avenue 
Lamson Eliza G. widow of William, house 20 Mason 
Lamson William Rev. died Nov. 29, 1882 
Landers Jans, fisherman, boards 79 Commercial 
Landry Alexander, fisherman, house rear 134 Prospect 
Landry Edward, fish skinner, house 10 Howe 
Landry Elias, fisherman, boards Smith's Hotel 
Landry Fred, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Landry Gilbert, fish skinner, boards 10 Howe 
Landry Jerome, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Landry John, fisherman, house 118 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Landry John, fisherman, house 11 Williams court 
Landry John, fisherman, house 3 Harmony square 
Landry Joseph, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
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Landry Sarah J. widow, house 13 Maplewood avenue 
Landry Simon, fisherman, house 21 Dike 
Landry Simon, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Landry Simon, laborer, house 40 Wharf 
Landry Thomas, eating house, 2 Highland, house do. 
Landy Thomas, house 702 Washington 
Lane Aaron, died August 19, 1884 
Lane Albert, painter, 829 Washington, house 790 do. 
Lane Annie E. widow, house 24 Iiodgkins 
Lane Annie M. widow, house Leonard, near Univ. church 
Lane Augustus, clerk, 836 Washington, h. 794 do. [sq. 
'Lane Bertha A. principal Bradstreet school, b. 17 Chester 
Lane Charles F. carpenter, house 56 Maplewood avenue 
Lane Charles J. stonecutter, house 658 Washington 
Lane Charlotte, widow of Allen, house 17 Chester square 
Lane Charlotte A. Miss, boarding house, 8 Arlington 
Lane Cyrus, house 658 Washington 
Lane Daniel, laborer, house 7 Beckford 
Lane David, painter, house 434 Washington 
Lane Eddy F. fisherman, house 796 Washington [do. 

Lane Edward A. provisions, 836 Washington, house 850 
Lane Edward Francis, messenger, Trask's Ex. b. 2 Stacy ct. 
Lane Edward H. house 156 Washington 
Lane Edwin L. chief engineer, fire department, h. 3 School 
Lane Eli, died July 30, 1884 
Lane Epes, house 784 Washington 
Lane Eunice, widow, house 123 Washington 

LANE EVERETT, jewelry, etc. 130 Main, house at 
Rockport (see outside back cover) 
Lane Fitz H. carpenter, house 123 Washington 
Lane Francis E. agent, boards 462 Washington 
Lane Frederick, house 17 Chester square 
Lane Frederick T. fisherman, house 795 Washington 
Lane Frederick W. painter, boards 17 Chester square 
Lane George, mariner, boards 973 Washington 
Lane George, house 86 Washington 

LANE {George A.) & McLEAN (D. </.), bottlers, 21 
Duncan, house 19 Prospect (see page 283) 
Lane George E. grocer, 44 Leonard, house 39 do. 
Lane George E. farmer, boards 5 Stanwood 
Lane George E. (Samuel Lane & Brother), 22 Vincent, 

house 304 Main 
Lane George H. fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 
Lane George R. mason, house 3 Center court 

LANE GEORGE R. Jr. mason and builder ; order box 
136 Main, house 390 do. (see page 272) 
Lane George W. farmer, house 4 Lawrence court, W. G. 
Lane George W. fish dealer, house 770 Washington 
Lane George W. jr. fish dealer, house 770 Washington 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 107 

Lane Gideon E. laborer, house 2 Stacy court 
Lane Gilbert, mariner, boards 774 Washington 

Lane Gustavus A. master mariner, house 38 Granite 

^> Lane Harvey, stonecutter, house 536 Washington 
Lane Henry A. teamster, house rear 88 Washington 
Lane Henry L. fisherman, house 16 Hodgkins 
Lane Henry W. house 802 Washington 
Lane Herman L. bookkeeper, Burnham Bros. bds. 3 School 

Lane Howard G. watchmaker, 130 Main, house 5 Columbia 

Lane James, fisherman, house 774 Washington 

Lane James M. house 546 Washington 

Lane Jane, widow, house 39 Pearl 

Lane John, teamster and mail messenger, h. 48 Washington 

Lane Joseph F. farmer, boards 14 Hodgkins 

Lane Levi T. fisherman, house 737 Washington 

Lane Margaret A. C. Mrs. housekeeper, 6 Leonard 

Lane Mark, mariner, house 28 School 

Lane Mark, jr. fisherman, boards 28 School 

Lane Mary, widow, house 15 Chester square 

Lane Mary A. Mrs. died March 2, 1884 

Lane Mary P. widow, house 5 Stanwood 

Lane Nathaniel, house 963 Washington 

Lane Nora M. teacher, boards 7 Beckford 

Lane Orland B. quarryman, house 6 Hickory 

Lane Orville, boards 17 Chester square 

| Lane Osborne W. pianos, etc. 99 Main, h. 15 Exchange 

Lane Otis, carpenter, boards 794 Washington 
Lane 0. G. Mrs. house 8 Arlington 
Lane Sally, widow, house 15 Chester square 
Lane Sally H. widow, house 796 Washington 

i — Lane Samuel & Brother ( George E.), fisheries, 22 Vincent, 
house 264 Main 
Lane Stephen H. house 19 Prospect 
Lane Sylvanus C. teamster, house 796 Washington 
Lane Theodore, janitor High school, house 5 School 
Lane Thomas M. peddler, house 7 Stanwood 
Lane Warren, house 800 Washington 
Lane William Mrs. house 4 Lawrence court, W. G. 
Lane William F. removed to Lowell 
Lane William G. farmer, house 4 Lawrence court, W. G. 
Lane William M. mason, boards 123 Washington 
Lanesville Granite Co. 891 Washington 
Langley Moses, fisherman, house 16 Story 
Langley Simon, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Langley Thomas R. fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Langmaid Charles A. engineer, house 876 Washington 
Langsford Albert A. blacksmith, house 7 Munsey 
Langsford Franklin D. fisherman, house 12 Andrews 



108 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

— Langsford Frederick C. (T. A. Langsford & Son), Fears' 

wharf, house 30 Chestnut 
Langsford George W. trader, house 823 Washington 
Langsford John L. carpenter, house 131 Leonard 
Langsford Lyman B. house 10 Haskell 
Langsford Mary, widow, house 7 Munsey 
Langsford Susan Miss, house 12 Andrews 
Langsford Timothy 11. boards 6 Langsford 
Langsford T. Augustus & Son (Fred. <?.), fish dealers, 

Fears' wharf, house 30 Chestnut 
Langsford William, house 870 Washington 
— -Lantz Howard C. printer, 2 Chestnut, h. 12 Winchester ct. 
Lantz Peter, cooper, house 175 Main 
Larkin Charles, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Larkin Daniel, fisherman, boards 19 Shepherd 
Larkin George, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Larkin Prince, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Laroque Sidney W. died July 1% 1883 
Larose James, hairdresser, 42 Main, boards 7 Taylor 
Larrabee William H. machinist, house 85 Washington 
Larsen Christian, clerk, 14 Parkhurst's wharf, h. 25 Liberty 

LATTER S. A. proprietor Belmont Hotel, 149 Main, 
house do. (see top line on front cover) 
Lavach Charles, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Lavach Thomas, fisherman, boards 25 Duncan 
Lavalle William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Lavin John E. laborer, house 7 Prospect 

^ Lawrence Frank, grocer, 63 Friend, house do. 
Lawrence James, house rear 392 Washington 
Lawrence John, fisherman, house 9 Elwell 
Lawrence Joseph, lost at sea, September, 1883 
Lawrence Mary M. Miss, teacher, boards 6 Forest 
Lawrence Richard C. house 6 Forest 
Lawrence William, fisherman, house 12 East Main 

— Lawrie John, fisherman, house 38 Maplewood avenue 
Lawry Joseph, master mariner, house 72 East Main 
Lawson Charles, fisherman, house 10 Traverse 

— Lawson Charles J. captain, house 21 Addison 
Lawson John P. fisherman, house 6 Elwell 
Lawson Peter, lost at sea, about Nov. 13, 1883 
Lawson Susan E. widow of Peter, house Granite court 
Lawson William J. fisherman, house 13 Summit 
Lawson, see also Larsen 

Lawton Thomas M. quarryman, house 976 Washington 
Lazzari Antonio, stonecutter, house 13 Vale court 
Leary John, hostler, boards 301 Main \ 

Leary William, fisherman, house 11 Stacy court 
Leary William J. fisherman, boards 11 Stacy court 
Le Baron Sylvester 0. engineer, house 26 Prospect 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 109 

Lebel Angelique, widow, house 10 Gould court 

Leborg Andrew, fisherman, house 9 Traverse 

Lee Andrew, ninety-nine cent store, 93 and 192 Main, 

house at Manchester 
Lee Charles, fisherman, house 24 Spring 
Lee Charles, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 
Lee William T. mariner, house 103 Prospect 
Lefavour John, fisherman, house 10 Cross 
Lefay Frank, fisherman, house 16 Sadler 
Lefebvre Alexandre, fisherman, boards 2 Beach court 
Lefebvre Joseph, fisherman, boards 2 Beach court 
Leighton Andrew, fisheries, foot of Pearce, house 7 Water 
Leighton Charles H. provisions, 137 J Prospect, h. 20 Taylor 
Leighton Willard C. fisherman, house 52 Perkins 
Lendman Frederick, fisherman, house 27 Liberty 
Lengner Charles, fisherman, house 21 Dike 
Lennon Peter, teamster, house 706 Washington 
Leonard Ellen, widow, house 41 Mansfield 
Leonard James, fisherman, boards 56 Park 
Leonard Margaret, widow, house 19 Beacon 
Leonard William H. laborer, house 10 Hutchins court 
LePage William N. removed to San Francisco, Cal. 
Leseur John G. carpenter, house 9 Rowe square (West) 
Leslie Sethenus, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Lesure John, lost at sea, November, 1883 
Lesure Mary, widow of John, house 72 Perkins 
Lesure Philip, lost at sea, November, 1883 
Letart Joseph, quarryman, house Quarry st. 
Levance Mary, widow, house 59 Friend 
Levangie Michael, fisherman, house 11 Commercial court 
Levee John D. clerk, 279 Main, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Levee Margaret, widow, house 45 Commercial 
Lewis Ann, widow, house 5 Commercial court 
Lewis Charles, hostler, boards .5 Commercial court 
Lewis Dennis, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Lewis Eben, fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
Lewis Frank, fisherman, house 32 Perkins 
Lewis Frederick R. fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Lewis Henry, master mariner, house 41 Western avenue 
Lewis James H. tinsmith, boards 30 Prospect 
-"Lewis Jesse, master mariner, house 8 Forest 
Lewis Joseph G, fisherman, house 17 Sadler 
Lewis Mary A. Mrs. house 112 Prospect 
Lewis Thomas, fisherman, house 66 Friend 
^Lima Manuel D. billiards, 229 Main, and variety store, 237 
Main, house do. 
Lincoln Isaac, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Lincoln Thomas, fisherman, house 5 Ivy court 
Lincoln William, fisherman, boards 5 Ivy court 



110 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Lind Jacob S. fisherman, house 249 Concord, W. G. 
Lindberg John, fisherman, house 61 Friend 
Lindberg Samuel, fisherman, boards 16 Columbia 
Lindh Axel, fisherman, house 272| Main 
Linkletter Hans, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
Linnehan John M. plumber, 221 Main, boards 27 Church 

— Linnekin Osborn P. captain, tow boat, house 12 Lookout 
Linquist Charles, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Linscott Frances, widow, house 610 Washington 
Linscott Frank G. stable, 3 Revere, house 5 do. 
Lipsett Edward, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Lipsett Jesse E. A. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Lisk George, dry goods, 147 East Main, house do. 
Littlefield Frank F. laborer, boards 77 Washington 
Livingston James, laborer, house 89 Commercial 
Livingston James, jr. carriage maker, house 6 Addison 
Livingston William, fisherman^, boards 321 Main 

—Lloyd Charles S. house 13 Beach court 
Lloyd Edward, boards 7 Beach court 
- Lloyd Emma Mrs. house 15 Beach court 

LLOYD JOHN, undertaker and coffin warerooms, 2 
Main, opp. Gloucester Hotel, house 4 Western av. 
(see page 278) 

n^iAofd. Joseph D. house 13 Beach court 
Loch Henry, fisherman, house 10 Pearl 

— Locke E. Francis, clerk, freight depot, E. R.R. b.75 Wash. 
Locke Francis, carpenter, removed to Bridgewater 
Locke Francis, contractor, house 75 Washington 

- — Locke Francis, jr. freight lightering, Steamboat wharf, 
house 18 Beacon 
Locke Francis E. at E. R.R. freight, boards 18 Beacon 
-Locke Richard J. gasfitter, Gas Co. house 19 Addison 
Loefking Charles, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Lohnes John, fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Lones John, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Longan Bartholomew F. hack driver, boards 7 Shepherd 
Longan Joanna, widow, house 7 Shepherd 
Longan John, fisherman, boards 7 Shepherd 
Longan William, fisherman, boards 7 Shepherd 
Longfellow H. Nason, 278 Main, house 42 Granite 
Loody Thomas, fisherman, house 10 Fort square 
Lord Jacob S. boards 256 Concord, W. G. 
Lord Thomas II. summer residence, Cambridge av. 
Loring Charles, stone hammerer, house 697 Washington 
-' Loring Clara M. music teacher, house 2 Mason 

LORING FRANCIS M. stoves, etc. 141 Main, house 2 
Mason (see page 273) 
LOTHROP LLEWELLYN D. fishing tackle, 66 to 70 
Duncan, house 8 Water (see page 269) 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. Ill 

Lovett Arthur W. teamster, boards J. II. Lovett's 
Lovett Charles, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Lovett Elbridge, teamster, boards John H. Lovett's 
Lovett James, teamster, boards John II. Lovett's 
— Lovett John II. teamster, Fernwood Lake Co. house Essex 
avenue, near ice-houses 
Low Benjamin, fishing, foot of Pearce, house 84 Prospect 
Low Brainard, fishery, 443 Main, house at Rockport 

— Low Clarence E. clerk, 315 Main, house 14 Summit 
Low David, house 386 Main 
Low David P. house 386 Main 

^•X OW DAYID W. postmaster, house Fernwood, Stan- 
I A wood av. off Essex av. 
Low Gorham P. boards 1 Angle 
h Low Gorham P. Mrs. house 1 Angle 
Low Howard, inspector, Custom House, house 27 Pleasant 
Low John & Co. ( W. K. Lurvey), fisheries, 443 Main, h. 

3 Mason court 
Low Levi, clerk, Benjamin Low's, house at Rockport 
Low Mary Miss, house 218 Washington 
Low Mary A. widow, house 10 Millett 
Low Sylvester, carpenter, house 6 Willow 
Lowe John W. Mrs. house 9 Western avenue 

~~-— Lowe Lucy E. Mrs. house 72 Western avenue 
Lowe William H. fisherman, house 15 Rackliffe 
Lowrie George, laborer, boards 11 Gould court 
Lowrie James, fisherman, house 11 Gould court 
Lucas Alice, widow of Charles W. house 192 Washington 
Lucas Carrie F. teacher (Salem), boards 52 High 
Lucas Henry II. peddler, house 176 Washington 
Lucas Samuel, fisherman, boards 12 Perkins 
Lucas Samuel M. house 86 Prospect 
Lucas William B. laborer, house 12 Perkins 
Ludwig Oscar, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Lufkin Alfred I. fish skinner; house 6 Rowe sq. (East) 
Lufkin Andrew, laborer, house 437 Main 
Lufkin Andrew, jr. cigars, 439 Main, boards 437 do. 
— Lufkin Andrew P. truant officer, house 6 Beckford 
Lufkin Catharine, widow, house 40 Fort square 
Lufkin Charles, fisherman, house rear 24 Eastern av. 
"^Lufkin Charles F. blockmaker, house 56 Maplewood av. 
Lufkin Charles S. fish packer, house 6 Rowe sq. (East) 
Lufkin Daniel G. fisherman, boards 350 Main 
f UFKIN EBEN H. blacksmith, 78 Western av. house 
±J 12 Bond (see page 268) 

Lufkin Edward, farmer, house 264 Essex av., W. G. 
Lufkin Edward J. house 2 Story 
Lufkin Elisha, fisherman, house 2 Cross 
Lufkin Emma Mrs. house 9 Harmony square 



112 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Lufkin Epbraim B. farmer, house 60 Concord, W. G. 
Lufkin Everett, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Lufkin Francis H. farmer, house 45 Sumner, W. G. 
Lufkin Frank, reporter, Cape Ann Bulletin, boards at 

Pigeon Cove 
Lufkin Frank C. clerk, 66 Main, boards 23 Webster 
Lufkin Frank W. stonecutter,, bds. Wm. Luf kin's, W. G. 
Lufkin George, engineer, house 15 Taylor 
-Lufkin Harriet, widow, house 350 Main 
Lufkin Henry, fisherman, boards 205 Concord, W. G. 
Lufkin Henry C. clerk, 67 Main, boards rear 47 Prospect 
Lufkin Henry S. laborer, house 23 Webster 
Lufkin Hervey L. shoemaker, house 38 Sumner, W. G. 
Lufkin Howard F. sailmaker, boards 15 Taylor 
Lufkin Isaac Mrs. house 229 Concord, W. G. 
Lufkin Israel, farmer, house 205 Concord, W. G. 
Lufkin James E. teamster, house 4 413 Main 
Lufkin James H. sailmaker, house 12 Sadler 
Lufkin Jane, widow, house 4 Eastern av. 
Lufkin John J. teamster, house 14 East Main 
Lufkin John S. fisherman, house 397 Main 
-Lufkin Joseph W. sailmaker, house 14 Mason 
Lufkin Moses, fisherman, boards 23 Webster 
Lufkin Moses, saloon, 6Q Main, house do. 
Lufkin Olvin, printer, 110 Main, boards 12 Bond 
Lufkin Samuel, house 18 Eastern av. 
Lufkin Samuel, jr. fisherman, boards 10 Eastern av. 
Lufkin William, fisherman, house 22 Atlantic, W. G. 
Lufkin William B. fisherman, house 71 Friend 
-Lufkin William D. produce dealer, house 37 Warner 
Lufkin William L. stonecutter, b. Wm. Lufkin's, W. G. 
Lufkin, see also Loefking 
Lund John W. laborer, house 236 East Main 
Lundblom William, fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Lundell John E. died January 6, 1884 

-Lunderkin Maggie G. saleswoman, 84 Main, bds. 20 Pearl 
Lunderkin Mary, widow, house 20 Pearl 
Lundgren Axel, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Lundregan Peter, fisherman, house 5 Cross 
Lunt Benjamin, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Lunt Mary B. widow, house 170 East Main 
Lunt William, fisherman, house 15 Beacon 
Lupas Harry F. A. fisherman, house 16 Pine 
Lurvey Alphonso, carpenter, house 14 Leonard 
Lurvey Fred'k W. & Co. fisheries, Fort whf., h. 390 Main 
Lurvey Joseph, stonecutter, house 20 Atlantic, W. G. 
Lurvey Walter K. (John Low & Co.), 443 Main, h. r. 362 do. 
Lurvey William, laborer, house 21 Prospect 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 113 

Lycett Arthur M. variety store, Magnolia av. near Fuller, 

house 5 Fruit court 
Lycett John, house 5 Fruit court 
Lycett John C. fisherman, house 86 Magnolia av. 
Lyle Bruce, farmer, boards 294 E. Main 
Lyle Carrie Miss, teacher, boards 281 East Main 
Lyle C. Brace, laborer, boards 12 Addison 
Lyle David, cooper, house 274 East Main 
Lyle David W. shipping clerk, house 278 East Main 
Lyle Frank J. fisherman, boards 12 Addison 
Lyle Ira W. painter, house 4 Rocky Neck avenue 
Lyle James J. fisherman, house 267 East Main 
Lyle Jeremiah W. cooper, house 12 Addison 
Lyle John, cooper, house 281 East Main 
Lyle Joseph A. fisherman, boards 274 East Main 
Lyle Simpson, farmer, boards 294 East Main 
Lyle William C. clerk, 179 East Main, bds. 281 do. 
Lynch James, honse 10 Cross 
Lynch James H. house rear 18 Spring 
Lynch James H. jr. fisherman, bds. rear 18 Spring 
Lynch John A. laborer, house rear 18 Spring 
Lynch Michael, blacksmith, house 68 Langsford 
Lynn William A. clerk, 86 Main, boards 272J do. 
-Lynn William C. sawing and turning, house 30 Middle 

LYON THOMAS B. photographer, 62 Main, boards 73 
Washington (see front cover) 
Lyons Esther, widow, house 42 Fort square 
Lyons Richard, fisherman, boards 10 Wharf 

MACAULAY EBEN, fisherman, house 32 Millett 
Macdonald Eleanor Miss, principal Point school, b. 5 Foster 
-Macdonald Mary Miss, house 5 Foster [nolia Point 

Macdonald William, summer residence, Fuller st., Mag- 
Mace William, carpenter, boards 5 Franklin square 
Mace Woodbury N. carpenter, house 11 Procter 
Mack Edward J. fish skinner, house 22 East Main 
Mackay H. C. Mrs. house 13 Pleasant 
Mackey John M. carpenter, house 25 Exchange 
Mackey John M. 2d, laborer, boards 19 Beacon 
Mackie Timothy, saloon, 10 Rogers, house 8 do. 
Macomber Augustus H. fisherman, house 72 East Main 
Maddix Charles H. carpenter, boards 31 Webster 
Maddix Lydia, widow, house 7 Fears court 
Maddix Nathaniel, carpenter, house 31 Webster 
Maddix Nathaniel, jr. carpenter, house 41 Warner 
-Maddocks Albert S. clerk, 107 Main, b. Gloucester Hotel 
Maddocks B. & Co. (estate of) fishery, 50 Commercial 
Maddocks Michael J. fisherman, house 21 Mansfield 



114 GLOUCESTER DIEECTOEY. 

Maddocks William J. apothecary, 107 Main, boards Glou- 
cester Hotel 
Madison Andrew, laborer, house 30 Grove 
Madison Peter, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Madison Rasmus, master mariner, house 56 Eastern av. 
Magnosson John, boarding house, 15 Short 
Maguire Alexander R. blacksmith, boards 45 Middle 

— "Maguire Edward C. harnessmaker, boards 45 Middle 
Maguire Edmund, fisherman, house 45 Middle 

, — Maguire Joseph B. painter, Atlantic wharf, h. 12 Summer 
Maguire Thomas, quarryman, house 40 Langsford 
Maguire, see also McGuire 
Mahony David, laborer, house 4 Wharf 
Main James G. stonecutter, house 771 Washington 

—Maker S. F. nets and seines, 227 East Main, house 22 Plum 
Malcolm Harry, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Malone Michael, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
Malonson Alexander, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Malonson Ambrose, boarding house, 69 Rogers 

— Malonson David, fisherman, house 10 Highland 
Malonson George R. fisherman, boards 10 Highland 
Malonson John, teamster, boards 385 Main 
Malonson Silvin, laborer, house 15 Highland court 
Malonson Vincent, teamster, house 330 Main 
Maloy Catharine, widow, house 5 Commercial court 
Maloy Thomas, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 
Mankie Charles, fisherman, boards 26 School 

Mann Charles E. reporter, Cape Ann Bulletin office, boards 

35 Prospect 
Mann Emma L. widow, house 8 Story 
Mann John, fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Mann Michael J. boots and shoes, 30 Washington, b. do. 
Mann Robert, fisherman, house 43 Maplewood avenue 
Mann William, fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Manning Frank, fisherman, house 31 Perkins 
— Mansfield Alfred Mrs. house 15 Main [do. 

Mansfield Alfred (James Mansfield & Sons), 23 Main, h. 17 
Mansfield James & Sons (Alfred and James H.), grocers 
and fisheries, 21 and 23 Main f 15 do. 

Mansfield James H. (James Mansfield & Sons), 23 Main, h. 
Manson John, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Marble Abby L. widow of David, house 6 Davis 
Marble Emily S. Mrs. house 40 Middle 
Marble Frank, fisherman, house 23 Highland 

— Marble George P. fisherman, house 15 Plum 

— Marble Mary E. Miss, saleswoman, 93 Main, b. 40 Middle 
Marchant Alexander G. mariner, house 58 Washington 

.Marchant A. & Son ( G. S. Marchant), soap manufs, 28 

Wharf, house 10 Ivy court J$ o->. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 115 

Marchant Benjamin W. Mrs. died November 28, 1883 
— Marchant Charles S. (A. Marchant & Son), house 6 Win- 
chester court 
Marchant Cleveland P. blacksmith, boards 150 Leonard 
Marchant C. L. Mrs. confectionery, Washington, c. Langs- 
ford, house at Rockport 
— Marchant Edgar, clerk, Boston & Gloucester Steamboat 
Co. house 27 Commonwealth avenue 
Marchant Frederick N. sailmaker, house 34 Cherry 
Marchant Horatio G. paving cutter, boards 150 Leonard 
Marchant Jabez, fisherman, house 150 Leonard 
Marchant Jabez, jr. captain, life saving station, house 19 

North Kilby 
Marchant James, fisherman, house 16 Revere 
^^-Marchant James F. clerk, Boston & Gloucester Steamboat 
Co. boards 10 Ivy court 
Marchant James W. mariner, house 973 Washington 
Marchant John, fisherman, house 966 Washington 

Marchant Joseph S. soapmaker, house 12 Mason 

Marchant Thomas, mariner, house 774 Washington 
Marchant William, fisherman, house 19 Eastern avenue 
Marchant William, boards 19 Eastern avenue 
Marchant William H. fisherman, boards 150 Leonard 
Marchant, see also Merchant 
Marchibald William, fisherman, boards 336 Main 
Marden George, fisherman, boards 10 Rowe square 
Marden Henry K. fisherman, house 22 Taylor 
Marden William, fisherman, boards 10 Rowe square 
— Margeson (J. Edward) & Blatchford (William), fisheries, 
13 Parker, house 18 Spring 
Marien Nancy, widow of Joseph, house 37 School 
Marks John, fisherman, house 39J Park 
Markuson Fannie M. Miss, teacher, boards 17 Allen 
Markuson Knud, died February 21, 1884 

-Markuson Mary, widow of Knud, house 17 Allen 

Marien Daniel, fish peddler, house 100 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Marien Joseph, cooper, Gilbert's wharf, h. 216 Essex av. 
Mario Charles, quarryman, house 642 Washington 
Marr Charles A. house 11 Oak 
^^Marr Chester, master mariner, house 13 Forest 

Marr Chester, jr. at Pool, Gardner, & Co.'s, h. 32 Mt. Vernon 

Marr Harvey, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 

Marr John, fisherman, boards 14 Tremont 

Marr John, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 

Marr Lawrence, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

Marr Parker, house 23 Friend 

Marr Patrick, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 

Marr William, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 



116 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Marr William E. (Hall & Marr), 329 Main, boards 43 Com- 
mercial 
Marra George, boards 7 Willow 
Marsh Frank, boards 9 Staten 

Marsh George J. treasurer Cape Ann Savings Bank 
, — -Marsh Joseph M. teamster, house 9 Staten 

Marshall Abigail, widow, house 150 Western avenue 
Marshall Benjamin, mason, house 35 Granite 
Marshall Calvin S. Mrs. house 28 Grove 
Marshall Charles W. carpenter, boards 160 Western av. 
—Marshall {Daniel 0.) & York ( Ghas. F.) fisheries, 421 Main, 
house 2 Mt. Vernon 
Marshall Elmer, carpenter, boards 160 Western avenue 
Marshall George, house 86 Essex avenue, West Gloucester 
Marshall George, farmer, house 199 Concord, W. G. 
Marshall George C. farmer, boards Geo. Marshall's, W. G. 
Marshall Horace, engineer, C. H. Boynton's, h. 33 Grove 
Marshall James, fisherman, house f81 Western avenue 
Marshall John, master mariner, house 16 Liberty 
Marshall Thomas H. mariner, house Bond st. 

m Marshall William A. carpenter, house 160 Western avenue 

Marshall William C. house 171 Western avenue 
Marshall William P. farmer, boards 199 Concord, W. G. 
Marston Charles, sen. died February 23, 1884 
Marston Charles, auctioneer, house 136 East Main 
Marston Charles 0. laborer, house 102 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Marston Ida Miss, teacher, Mt. Vernon primary, b. 4 Foster 
Marston John G. lost at sea September, 1883 
Marston Nancy, widow of John G. house 19 Trask 
——Marston Samuel, house 8 Procter 

■— -* Marston Warren, hairdresser, 144 Main, house 15 Procter 
Marston William H. clerk, A. M. Burnham's, h. 23 Orchard 
Martell Michael, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Martin Charles, fisherman, house 78 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Martin Charles, laborer, boards 23 Highland 
Martin Charles F. fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Martin David, fisherman, house 9 Elwell 
Martin Edward, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 

Martin Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, house 67 Rogers 

Martin Fannie, widow, house 8 Perkins 

ARTIN FRANK F. & CO. moulding and frame 
manufs. 190 Main ; also saloon, 279 do. house do. 
(see page 270) 
Martin Frederick W. laborer, boards 8 Perkins 
Martin George, fisherman, boards rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 
Martin George B. fisherman, house 5 Prospect 
Martin George B. fisherman, boards 31 Perkins 
Martin George F. died April 14, 1883 
Martin George H. fisherman, house 15 Highland 



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Martin James, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Martin (James G.) & Wonson (E. P.), cigar manufs. 174 

Main, boards Webster House 
Martin James S. fisherman, house 14 Highland 
Martin John, fisherman, boards 132 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Martin John C. laborer, boards 8 Perkins 
Martin Joseph W. fisherman, boards 23 Highland 
Martin Lewis R. fisherman, house 17 Mt. Vernon 
Martin Manuel D. fisherman, house 8 Sadler 
Martin Manuel F. hairdresser, 8 Duncan, boards 58 Perkins 
Martin Margaret, widow, house 6 Shepherd 
Martin Mary A. widow, house 8 Pearl 
Martin Mary E. widow, house 31 Perkins 
Martin Mary F. widow, house 58 Perkins 
Martin Peter, fisherman, boards Duncan, corner Rogers 
Martin Peter 0. fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Martin Sidney F. laborer, boards rear 4 Cross 
Martin Stephen J. laborer, house 23 Highland 
Martin Thomas E. laborer, boards rear 4 Cross 
Martin Thomas H. fisherman, house rear 4 Cross 
Martin Thomas R. fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Martin William, fisherman, house 59 Fort square 
Martin William, fisherman, boards rear 10 Rowe sq. (East) 
Martin William, fisherman, boards 19 Maplewood avenue 
Martini Charles, cigar manuf. 11 Marchant, house do. 
Mason Almon L. engineer, house 608 Washington 
Mason Charles A. dry goods, 274 Main, boards 14 Wells 
Mason Christopher, fisherman, boards 26 School 
,, Mason Elizabeth, widow, house 15 School 
Mason John, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Mason John E. undertaker, house 962 Washington 

MASTERS CHARLES, undertaker and mattrass 
maker, 17 Washington, house do. (see page 278) 

Masters George, watchman, Russia Cement Co., house 
Roberts court, West Gloucester [W. G. 

Masters Robert, watchman, Russia Cement Co. h. Bray, 

Mathisen Sigbert, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 

Matterson Peter C. fisherman, boards 321 Main 

Matthews John, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 

Matthews Marriner, boards rear 4 Cross 

Matthews Peter, laborer, boards 27 Park 

Mattison Albert E. laborer, boards 21 Dike 

Mattison Eliza J. widow, house 21 Dike 

Maxwell George, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
— May David, clerk, 112 Main, house 22 Liberty 

May James, farmer, at J. Wilkins', boards do. 

May Jonathan, carpenter, Boulder av., Magnolia, h. do. 

Mayo Antoine, fisherman, house 43 Prospect 
- — Mayo Clifton S. mason, boards Pavilion Hotel 



118 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Mayo C. S. Mrs. proprietress Pavilion Hotel, 32 Western 

avenue, on the beach 
Mayo Elizabeth, widow of George, house 28 School 
Mayo Ezekiel, tin peddler, boards 42 Eastern avenue 

MAYO ISRAEL C. stoves, etc. 92 and 94 Main, house 
16 Orchard (see page 277) 
Mayo Josiah, removed to Beverly 
Mayo Walter E. removed to New Bedford 
McAdam James, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McAlpine Peter, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Mc Arthur Flora, widow of James, house 34 Maplewood av. 
McArthur James, lost at sea, January, 1884 
McAuley Daniel L. boards 10 Wharf 
McAuley James D. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McAuley John, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McAuley Michael, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McAuley Patrick, carpenter, house 82 Duncan 
McAuley, see also McCauley 4 

McAvoy Michael, fisherman, boards Duncan, cor. Rogers 
McCabe John, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 
McCaffrey Catharine, widow, house 649 Washington 
McCaffrey Edward, stonecutter, house 649 Washington 
McCaleb Charles E. ( V. D. Mc Caleb & Son), rear 175 East 

Main, house 10 Plum 
McCaleb Vinal D. & Son ( G. E.), blacksmiths, rear 175 

East Main, house 15 Hammond 
McCann James, musician, boards 11 Short 
McCarthy Ellen Mrs. house 2 Pine 

McCarthy John W. fisherman, house 126 Mt. Pleasant av. 
McCarthy Mary, widow, house 11 Porter 
McCarthy Timothy, stonecutter, house Woodbury st. 
McCarthy Timothy, jr., stonecutter, house 74 Langsford 
McCarty John, laborer, boards 15 Perkins 
McCarty Sarah A. widow, house 15 Perkins 
McCarty William, laborer, boards 15 Perkins 
McCathern Alexander, fisherman, house 20 Milled 
McCathern Allen, fisherman, house 11 Park 
McCathern Daniel, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 
McCathern Elizabeth, widow, house 33 Perkins 
McCathern Hugh, fisherman, boards 23 Liberty 
McCathern James, fisherman, house 9 Staten 
McCathern John, fisherman, house 12 Allen 
McCathern, see also McEachern 
McCauley Alexander, lost at sea, November, 1883 
McCauley Florence, widow of Alexander, house 33 School 
McCauley James, fisherman, boards 22 Tremont 
McCauley Michael, fisherman, house 34 Millett 
McCauley Peter, fisherman, house 23 Liberty 
McCauley, see also McAuley 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 119 

McClellan Joseph, fisherman, boards 293 Main 
McClellan William, boards 18 Commercial 
McClellan, see also McLellan 
McClew William, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
McCloud Catharine, widow of John, house 17 Mt. Yernon 
McCloud John, lost at sea, December, 1883 
McCloud William C. boards 808 Washington 
McCloud, see also McLeod and McLoud 
McCollum James, carpenter, house 30 Pine 
McCormack Daniel, laborer, boards 7 Columbia 
^_ McCormack Elizabeth, widow, house 7 Columbia 
McCormack James, fisherman, boards 7 Columbia 
McCormack Jennie Miss, compositor, Daily News, boards 

7 Columbia 
McCormick John A. fisherman, house 4 Maple 
McCormick John H. photographer, 120 Main, h. 10 Smith 
McCormick Manuel, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McCormick Michael A. lost at sea, May 16, 1884 
McCormick William T. stonecutter, house 9 South Kilby 
McCue John, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
McCue Patrick, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
- McCulloch Henry S. harnesses, horse clothing, etc. 133 

Main, house 26 Dale avenue 
McCummiskey Rupert, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
McCummiskey Samuel, fisherman, bds. 28 Friend [ward 
McCurdy Alexander, blacksmith, 133 E. Main, h. 17 Say- 
McDermott Angus, tailor, house 15 Allen 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 4 Smith 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 12 Smith 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Alexander, fisherman, boards 23 Liberty 
McDonald Allan L. pump and block maker, 133 Duncan, 

boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Allen, fisherman, house 73 Commercial 
McDonald Allen, fisherman, boards 12 Smith 
McDonald Allen, quarryman, house 918 Washington 
McDonald Angus, fisherman, boards 12 Pine 
McDonald Angus, fisherman, house 6 Beach court 
McDonald Angus, fisherman, house 34 Sargent 
McDonald Angus, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McDonald Angus, fisherman, boards 22 Commercial 
McDonald Angus A. fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Angus A. fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Angus J. fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Angus L. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Ann, widow, house 16 Vincent 
^McDonald Anne, widow of Charles, house 14 Spring 



120 GLOTJCESTEK DIKECTORY. 

McDonald Archibald, fisherman, house 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Archibald, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
McDonald Archibald, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald Archibald C. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald A. A. boards Gloucester Hotel [Rogers 

McDonald Bros. {Daniel and John N.), shipwrights, 31 
McDonald Catharine, widow, house 12 Howe 
McDonald Charles, carpenter, house rear 259 Main 
McDonald Charles M. carpenter, boards 74 Mt. Pleasant av. 
McDonald Cyranus, fisherman, boards 10 Wharf 
McDonald Daniel, clerk, 27 Duncan, house 82 do. 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boards 2 Fort square 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, house 38 Wharf 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, boafds 12 Locust 
McDonald Daniel, fisherman, rms. 140 Main 
McDonald Daniel {McDonald Bros.), 31 Rogers, h. 7 Forest 
McDonald Daniel A. fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McDonald Daniel A. fisherman, house 38 Wharf 
McDonald Daniel J. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Donald, carpenter, house 11 Cedar 
McDonald Duncan, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald Duncan, of 40 Duncan, died March 14, 1883 
McDonald Frank, fisherman, boards 6 Prospect 
McDonald Frank F. fisherman, boards 46 Park 
McDonald George, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 
McDonald George E. telegraph operator, boards 14 Spring 
McDonald Gilbert H. laborer, house 38 East Main 
McDonald Henry W. fisherman, boards 23 Mansfield 
McDonald Hugh, fisherman, house 9 Liberty 
McDonald Hugh, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald James, carpenter, boards 29 Pearce 
McDonald James, fisherman, house 5 Page 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 6 Prospect 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 22 Millett 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald James, fisherman, boards rear 47 Prospect 
McDonald James A. laborer, house 14 Exchange 
McDonald James A. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald James A. fisherman, house rear 47 Prospect 
McDonald James D. carpenter, boards 42 Duncan 
McDonald James R. master mariner, house 11 Locust 
McDonald James S. fisherman, house 6 Smith 



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McDonald Jerome, fisherman, house 9 Columbia 
McDonald John, blacksmith, removed to Nova Scotia 
McDonald John, blacksmith, boards 28 Friend 
McDonald John, carpenter, house 35 School 
McDonald John, fisherman, house 4 Oak 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 45 Commercial 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 23 Mansfield 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 12 Pine 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 
McDonald John, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald John, laborer, house 79 Commercial 
McDonald John, laborer, house 89 Commercial 
McDonald John, laborer, house 8 Vincent 
McDonald John, shoemaker, 128 Duncan, boards do. 
McDonald' John A. fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald John D. fisherman, boards 12 Smith 
McDonald John F. fisherrnan, house 16 Fort square 
McDonald John F. fisherman, house 42 Maplewood avenue 
McDonald John N. {McDonald Bros.), 31 Rogers, house 74 

Mt. Pleasant avenue 
McDonald John R. fisherman, boards 11 Locust 
McDonald John S. fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Joseph, fisherman, house 11 Forest 
McDonald Joseph, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Joseph, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
McDonald Joseph A. fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Joseph A. fisherman, boards 7 Cedar 
McDonald Joseph L. fisherman, house 13 Pearl 
McDonald Joseph M. grocer, 20 Mt. Vernon, h. 22 do. 
McDonald Kenneth, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McDonald Lawrence, fisherman, house 8 Gilbert court 
McDonald Loughlin, fisherman, house rear 7 Washington 
McDonald Margaret, widow, house 22 Millett 
McDonald Margaret, widow, boards 74 Mt. Pleasant av. 
McDonald Mary, widow, house 12 Smith 
McDonald Michael, fisherman, boards 10 Wharf 
McDonald Michael, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
McDonald Neil, fisherman, house Mt. Vernon, near Elwell 
McDonald Neil, fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
McDonald Neil J. fisherman, house 27 Liberty- 
McDonald Norman, fisherman, boards 20 Friend 
McDonald Patrick, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McDonald Patrick, clerk, 27 Main, h. 22J Commercial 
McDonald Paul J. fisherman, house 21 Mt. Vernon 
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122 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

McDonald Peter, fisherman, house 44 School 
McDonald Peter J. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Philip, fisherman, boards 27 Church 
McDonald Pius, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McDonald Randall, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
McDonald Randall P. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McDonald Richard, fisherman, house 16 Tremont 
McDonald Roderick, fisherman, boards 23 Liberty 
McDonald Roderick, variety store, 291 Main, boards do. 
McDonald Ronald, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Rory, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 
McDonald Stephen, fisherman, boards 5 Porter 
McDonald Stephen A. fisherman, house 344 Main 
McDonald Thomas, quarryman, house Woodbury street 
McDonald Thomas, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
McDonald Thomas, fisherman, house 19 Commercial 
McDonald Thomas, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDonald Thomas, saloon, 27 Main, bds. 89 Commercial 
McDonald William, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McDonald William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
McDonald William, fisherman, boards rear 47 Prospect 
McDonald William, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
McDonald William B. fisherman, house 36 Maplewood av. 
McDonald William E. hairdresser, 261 Main, b. 14 Spring 
McDonald, see also Macdonald 

McDonnell Geo. E. tel. operator, 115 Duncan, b. 14 Spring 
McDonnell John, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
McDonough Hugh, lost at sea 
McDonough John, fisherman, house 109 East Main 
McDonough John H. laborer, house 109 East Main 
McDonough Miles, fisherman, house 36 Fort square 
McDonough Miles, fisherman, house 109 Commercial 
McDougali Alexander, fisherman, house 1 1 Oak 
McDougall Allen, fisherman, boards 16 Fort sq. 
McDougali Archibald, fisherman, boards 16 Fort sq. 
McDougall Duncan, fisherman, boards 16 Fort square 
McDougall Edward J. clerk, 165 Main, boards 19 Dike 
McDougall James, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McDougall John, fisherman, boards 25 Addison 
McDougall John, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
McDougall Lauchlin, fisherman, house 26 Sargent 
McDougall Roderick, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
McDougall Thomas, house 2 Beach court 
McEachan John, at Burnham's marine railway, h. 10 Trask 
McEachen Neil, boarding house, 16 Smith 
McEachern Albert, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McEachern Alexander, of 23 Liberty, died June 25, 1884 
McEachern Allen, fisherman, house 11 Park 
McEachern Angus, house 7 Locust 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 123 

McEachern Archibald, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McEachern Augustus, carpenter, boards 20 Shepherd 
McEachern Daniel, fisherman, house 39 Warner 
McEachern Daniel, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
McEachern Hugh, fisherman, house 63 Rogers 
McEachern Hugh, fisherman, boards 9 Commercial court 
McEachern John, fisherman, boards 22 Tremont 
McEachern Neil, laborer, boards 13 Tremont 
McEachern Randall, fisherman, house 13 Tremont 
McElvie Edward, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
McEmmons Charles E. fisherman, boards 296 Western av. 
McEmmons Edwin J. quarryman, house 6 Curve 
McFadden Allan J. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McFadden Henry H. fisherman, house 70 Friend 
McFadden Malcolm, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McFadden Nellie Mrs. boards 34 Sargent 
McFadyen Frank H. fisherman, house 322 Main 
McFadyen John, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
McFadyen Malcolm C. house 4 Fears' court 
McFarland James, cooper, house 249 Main 
McFarland John W. fisherman, house 10 Allen 
McFarland Rinaldo, fisherman, house 3 Warren 
McFarlane Peter, fisherman, house 6 Willow 
McGee Belinda Miss, nurse, house 28 Prospect 
McGee Eben, fisherman, house 3 Willow 
McGeoch Alexander, paving cutter, boards 35 McLellan 
McGinis Thomas, hostler, 152 Main, boards 66 do. 
McGinley Mary II. widow of Michael, h. 41 East Main 
McGinley Michael, lost at sea, November, 1883 
McGinnis Allen, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
McGinnis Angus, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McGinnis Collin, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McGinnis Daniel, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
McGinnis John, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McGinnis Murdock, master mariner, house 27 Church 
McGinnis Patrick, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
McGinnis Robert, fisherman, house 15 Sadler 
McGinnis Stephen, hostler, 152 Main, boards 293 do. 
McGouch Robert, stonecutter, house 5 High 
McGovern Patrick, laborer, house 136 Washington 
McGrath Edward, fishermen, boards 12 Mansfield 
McGrath Frederick T. fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
McGrath James, fisherman, house 40 Fort square 
McGrath James, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
McGrath James F. fisherman, boards 80 Western av. 
McGrath James H. fisherman, house 80 Western av. 
McGrath John A. tinsmith, 92 Main, boards 27 Church 
McGrath John S. clerk, 13 Cedar, boards 11 Willow 
McGrath Patrick, fisherman, house 54 Fort square 



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McGregor Frank, fisherman, house 31 Beacon 

McGuire Charles, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 

McGuire Dennis, fisherman, boards 25 Park 

McGuire William, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 

McGuire, see also Maguire 

Mclnnis John, carpenter, boards 20 Shepherd 

Mclnnis John, master mariner, boards Smith's Hotel 

Mclnnis Joseph, fisherman, house 26 Mt. Vernon 

Mclnnis Joseph, jr. boards 26 Mt. Vernon 

Mclntire Dudley, freighter, house Colburn st. 

Mclntire Edwin, fisherman, house 4 Parker court 

Mclntire George, died March 24, 1884 

Mclntire John, fisherman, boards 48 School 

Mclntire Timothy, fisherman, house 164 Prospect 

Mclntire William, fisherman, house 164 Prospect 

Mcintosh Alexander, died April 6, 1884 

Mcintosh Charles, house 5 Addison 

Mcintosh Colin, fisherman, boards 34 Granite 

Mcintosh Fitz E. billiards, 96 Main, house 7 Addison 

Mcintosh James N. house 19 Beacon 

Mclntyre Daniel, fisherman, house 8 Water 

Mclsaac Angus, blacksmith, 15 Mansfield, house 49 do. 

Mclsaac Angus, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

Mclsaac Daniel, fisherman, house 8 Gould court 

Mclsaac Frank, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 

IVJcIsaac Hector Mrs. house 6 Gould court 

Mclsaac James, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 

Mclsaac James, of 22 Liberty, lost at sea 

Mclsaac Jennie, widow, house 124 Duncan 

Mclsaac John J. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 

Mcjsaac J. Walter, clerk, 118 Main, boards 124 Duncan 

Mclsaac Mary, widow, house 47 Prospect 

Mclsaac Theresa, widow, house 5 Vincent 

Mclver James, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 

McKay Abner A. fisherman, house 1 Beach court 

McKay Alexander, fisherman, boards 16 Fort square 

McKay Angus, fisherman, house 34 Millett 

McKay Ann, widow, house 11 Gould court 

McKay David, fisherman, boards 7 Washington 

McKay George, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 

McKay Hugh, blacksmith, 381 Main, h. Green, n. Border 

McKay James, fisherman, house 834 Washington 

McKay James, fisherman, boards 45 Commercial 

McKay Joseph, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce 

McKay William, fisherman, boards 11 Gould court 

McKenna Daniel F. skating rink, 19 Western avenue, b, 

Gloucester Hotel 
McKennon Angus, carpenter, died July 12, 1883 
McKennon Angus, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 125 

McKennon Hugh, fisherman, house 40 Wharf 

McKennon J. R. variety store, 127J East Main, h. 118 do. 

McKennon, see also McKinnon 

- McKenney George B. captain night watch, Rogers' block, 

house 11 Marchant 
McKenny Nelson A. fisherman, house 13 Forest 
McKenzie Alanson, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McKenzie Andrew, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
—McKenzie Clara N. Miss, boards 1 Maple 
McKenzie Daniel, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
McKenzie George B. boat builder, house Hartz place 
McKenzie, Hardy (S. JV.) & Co. (J. S. Allen), fishery and 

groceries, Rogers, near Duncan 
McKenzie James E. fisherman, boards 273 Main 
McKenzie John, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
McKenzie John, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
'McKenzie Lucy M. widow, house 90 Middle 
McKenzie Norman, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
McKenzie Robert C. house 5 Babson, near Hovey 
McKenzie William A. carpenter, house 14 East Main 
McKenzie William N. clerk, at McKenzie, Hardy, & Co.'s, 

boards 90 Middle 

- McKinney Estey L. fish, Fears' wharf, house 2 Liberty 
McKinnon Daniel, fisherman, house 42 Beacon 
McKinnon Daniel, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McKinnon Daniel, fisherman, boards 23 Liberty 
McKinnon Duncan, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McKinnon Ellery, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
McKinnon James, fisherman, boards 9 Short 
McKinnon James, laborer, house 14 Addison 

^McKinnon John, fisherman, house 42 Beacon 
McKinnon John A. fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McKinnon John D. fisherman, boards 23 Liberty 
McKinnon Malcolm A. fisherman, house 98 Wheeler 
McKinnon Nehemiah, stonecutter, house 17 Andrews 

MCKINNON NORMAN J. stoves, 3 Main, house 20 
Liberty (see page 273) 
McKinnon Paul, lost at sea 
McLane Hansel, fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
McLaren William R. fisherman, house 1 Harbor View ct. 
McLaughlin John, baker, house 9 Beach court 
McLaughlin John, stoker, gas house, house 18 Cedar 
McLaughlin Michael, tailor, 163 Main, boards 18 Cedar 
McLaughlin Richard, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
McLean Alexander, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McLean Angus, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McLean Angus, fisherman, boards 53 Fort square 
McLean Annie, widow, house 63 Prospect 
McLean Charles A. fisherman, boards 12 Mt. Vernon 



126 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

McLean Daniel, carpenter, boards 20 Shepherd 
McLean Daniel, fisherman, house 81 Commercial 
McLean Daniel, fisherman, boards 1 Beach court 
McLean Daniel J. (Lane & McLean), 21 Duncan, boards 

81 Commercial 
McLean George, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
McLean Hugh, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McLean James, fisherman, house 38 Park 
McLean John, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McLean John, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McLean John, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce 
McLean Joseph, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McLean Levi E. boards 12 Mt. Vernon 
McLean Levi N. master mariner, house 12 Mt. Vernon 
McLean Lewis, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McLean Lock, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
McLean Mary, widow, house IT Fort square 
McLean Michael, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McLean Stephen, fisherman, house 14 Allen 
McLellan Alphonso, blacksmith, house 11 Vulcan 
McLellan Angus, carpenter, boards 20 Shepherd 
McLellan Bryce, blacksmith, 890 Washington, house 13 

McLellan 
McLellan Bryce E. blacksmith, boards 13 McLellan 
McLellan John, fisherman, boards 15 Tremont 
McLellan Joseph, blacksmith, house 7 Vulcan 
McLellan Kenneth, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
McLellan Laughlin, fisherman, boards 5 Porter 
McLellan Rufus, blacksmith, house % McLellan 
McLellan, see also McClellan 
McLennan John, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
McLeod Alexander, fisherman, house 2 Fort square 
McLeod Catharine, widow, house 9 Liberty 
McLeod Henry, carpenter, boards 20 Shepherd 
McLeod Isabella J. widow, house 9 Commercial court 
McLeod John, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
McLeod Margaret, widow, house 27 Church 
McLoud Alexander, fisherman, house 8 Clarendon 
McLoud Jesse, house 283 East Main 
McLoud John, house 3 Mt. Pleasant court, No. 1 
McLoud Norman, lost at sea 

McLoud Simeon, fisherman, house 3 Mt. Pleasant ct. No. I 
McLoud, see also McCloud 
McMahon Bryan, fisherman, house 29 Willow 
Mc Masters Allen, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 
McMasters Alonzo, fisherman, boards 48 School 
McMasters Charles, tailor, 163 Main, boards 7 Short 
McMasters Daniel, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
McMasters Duncan, lost at sea, Jan. 18, 1884 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY, 127 

McMasters Isabel, widow, house 14 Smith 

Mc Masters John, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 

McMillan George, laborer, house 10 Bridge 

McMillen Allen, painter, house 8 Staten 

McMillen Anne Mrs. house 38 Sargent 

McMillen John H. carpenter, house 71 Duncan 

McMillen John H. fisherman, house 53 Fort square 

McMillen Winslow W. clerk, 327 Main, bds. 8 Staten 

McMullen Malcolm, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

McNamara Maurice, fisherman, house 12 Cross 

McNamara Thomas, fisherman, boards 321 Main 

McNamara William, fisherman, house 6 Gould court 

McNamara William N. blacksmith, bds. 186 East Main 

McNary James, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 

McNeil Alexander, fisherman, boards 20 Shepherd 

McNeil Angus, fisherman, boards 23 Mansfield 

McNeil Archibald, eating house, 55 Main, h. 32 Orchard 

McNeil Arthur, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 

McNeil John, fisherman, boards 232 Main 

McNeil John, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 

McNeil Margaret, widow, house 27 Liberty 

McNeil Mary, widow, house 68 Blynman avenue 

McNeil Michael, fisherman, boards 289 Main 

McNeirny Michael J. counsellor, 132 Main, boards 13 

Linwood place 
McNeirny Timothy, stonecutter, house 13 Linwood place 
McNeirny Timothy, jr. stonecutter, bds. 13 Linwood place 
McNish John, stonecutter, house 850 Washington 
McNulty John, fisherman, boards 26 Fort square 
McPhail Benjamin, boards Mrs. M. McPhaiPs 
McPhail John, boards Mrs. M. McPhaiPs 
McPhail Mary, widow, house rear 5 Story 
McPhail Robert N. fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
-McPhee Aeneas, fisherman, boards 4 Orchard 
McPhee Alexander, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McPhee Daniel, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McPhee Joseph, laborer, house 16 Millett 
McPhee Margaret, widow, house 19 Shepherd 
McPhee Mary, widow, house 16 Tremont 
McPhee Michael, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McPhee Neil, fisherman, house 21 Dike 
McPhee Neil, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 
McPhee Neil P. fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
McPhee Sylvanus, fisherman, boards Gloucester Hotel 
McPherson B. Frank, clerk, 159 Main, boards 8 Winter 
McPherson Daniel, died June 8, 1883 
McPherson Hector, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McPherson Hiram, fisherman, house 3 Smith 
McPherson Kenneth, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 



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McPherson Mary A. widow of Daniel, house 8 "Winter 
McPherson William, fisherman, house 427 Main 
McQuarie Dugald L. blacksmith, 409 Western av. h. 412 do. 
McQuarrie Daniel 0. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McQuarrie John, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
McQuarrie Neil, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
McQuarrie Roderick, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
McQuin John S. fishery, 11 1 East Main, house 25 Plum 
McQuinn Edward, janitor, Custom House, house at Salem 
McQuinn Ephraim, died December 26, 1882 
McQuinn Herbert, clerk, house 21 Plum 
McRae John, fisherman, boards 45 Commercial 
McRay Frederick, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
McRay John, fisherman, house 72 East Main 
McRay Loren, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
McShera James, fisherman, boards 10 Smith 
McVarish Angus, carpenter, house 46 Western avenue 
McVarish John, lost at sea Decernber, 1883 
McVarish Joseph H. saloon, 299 Main, boards 301 do. 
McVarish Ranald, fisherman, house 9 Pine 
McVarish Sarah, widow of John, house 40 Millett 
McVicker John, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Meaney Charles II. rigger, boards 21 Willow 
Meaney Lawrence, fisherman, house 21 Willow 
Medler Edward A. teamster, house 322 Main 
Medler Jane, widow, house 10 Fort square 
Mehlman Arthur, fisherman, boards 10 Addison 
Mehlman David N. fisherman, house 309 East Main 
Mehlman Edward, fisherman, boards 309 East Main 
Mehlman John, summer boarding-house, 326 East Main 
Mehlman John F. fisherman, boards 326 East Main 
Mehlman William II. fisherman, house 4 Rocky Neck av. 
Melaney George, stonecutter, house 9 South Kilby 
Melaney John, stonecutter, house 19 South Kilby 
Mellen James (Cambridge), summer res. Cambridge av. 
Merchant Albion H. hairdresser, 329 Main, house 1 1 Trask 
Merchant Charles, master mariner, house 296 Western av. 
Merchant Epes W. president Gloucester National Bank, 

house 26 Pleasant 
Merchant Fred, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Merchant George, boards 2 Bass avenue 
Merchant George, jr. seine repairer, Shute & Merchant's 

wharf, house 30 East Main 
Merchant George E. printer, 191 Main, h. 33 Eastern av. 
Merchant Gorham, house 10 East Main 
Merchant Henry E. cutter, house Hampden st. 
Merchant Jacob L. mariner, house 296 Western avenue 
Merchant James, mariner, boards 296 Western avenue 
Merchant Jeremiah, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 



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Merchant John H. painter, 449 Main, house 26 East Main 

— Merchant Lewis II. fish boxes, Willow, corner Cleaveland, 
house 18 East Main 
Merchant Lorenzo, mariner, house 294 Western avenue 
Merchant Mary E. widow, house 113 Prospect 
Merchant Orlando, clerk, Rowe & Jordan's, boards 41 Mt. 

Vernon 
Merchant Peter, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 
Merchant Philip A. fisherman, house 259 Main 
Merchant Sally, widow, house 18 East Main 
Merchant Simeon, farmer, house Pearce's Island 

— Merchant Simeon, jr. grocer, 134 Washington, h. 116 do. 
Merchant William, teamster, house 113 Prospect 

— Merchant William T. (Shute & Merchant}, head of the har- 
bor, house 14 Commonwealth avenue 
Merchant, see also Marchant 

Merlett Henry F. house 30 Concord, West Gloucester 
Merlett Moses, rigger, 20 Vincent, house 3 Williams court 
Mero Cyril, laborer, house 6 Williams court 
Merridew Frank W. driver, 315 Main, boards 81 Prospect 

. Merridew George E. house Wallace court, W. Gloucester 
Merrill Clarence M. carpenter, boards 15 Plum 
Merrill Octavius A. house 286 East Main 
Merrill M. E. Mrs. summer boarding-house, 286 East Main 
Merrill Wilmarth, plumber, 221 Main, house 9 Exchange 
Merry Augusta Mrs. house 28 Haskell 
Merry Frank C. cigar maker, house 7 Beckford 
Merry James, laborer, house 4 Mt. Vernon 
Merry James H. laborer, boards 4 Mt. Vernon 
Mesler Ivins A. Rev. removed to Byfield 
Mess Frank W. hostler, 1 Middle, boards 53 Mansfield 
Mess Samuel W. cooper, house 53 Mansfield 
Mess Samuel W. jr. laborer, house 6 Shepherd 
Mess Walter L. boards 53 Mansfield 
Middleton Arthur W. farmer, boards 38 Reynard 
Middleton Charles W. teamster, C. H. Boynton's, house 

367 Washington 
Middleton John J. farmer, boards 38 Reynard 
Middleton Watson, farmer, house 38 Reynard 

— Millard Annie S. Miss, saleswoman, 274 Main, boards 2 
Winchester court 
Millard Joshua N. shoemaker, 128 Main, h. 2 Winchester ct. 
Miller Aaron R. driver, house rear 47 Friend 
Miller Alfred, carpenter, house 30 Grove 
Miller Catharine, widow, house rear 21 Bass avenue 
Miller Charles H. driver, b. 5 Fernwood Lake av., W. G. 
Miller Edward, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Miller Elias, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

— Miller Frank, carpenter, 8 Locust, house 58£ Main 



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Miller Frank, fisherman, house 9 Williams court 

Miller Fred, mariner, house 16 Tremont 

Miller George, fisherman, house 433 Main 

Miller John, fisherman, house 3 Hammond 

Miller John, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 

Miller John B. lost at sea 

Miller Joseph K. fisherman, boards 8 Elwell court 
.. Millett Arthur C. city messenger, and janitor City Hall, 
house 10 Mansfield [Mansfield 

Millett Charles P. carriage painter, 35 Washington, h. 12 

Millett Emeline Miss, house 116 Prospect 

Millett James A. rigger, boards 8 Pine 

Millett Lewis W. Mrs. house 19 Mason 

Millett Mary A. widow, house 8 Pine 

Millett William L. carriage painter, boards 19 Mason 

Millett, see also Merlett 

Mills Charles E. fisherman, boards 20 Locust 

Mills John, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
—Mills M. A. Mrs. dressmaker, boards 20 Locust 

Milne William, jr. stonecutter, house Walnut street 

Minenay Angelo, house 8 Mechanic place 

Minenay John, stonecutter, house 916 Washington 

Minenay Joseph, stonecutter, house 644 Washington 

Mitchell Blanchard, engineer, boards 909 Washington 

Mitchell Dewart A. painter, house 14 Sargent [Fuller 

Mitchell George E. summer res. Magnolia avenue, cor. 

Mitchell Howard, boards 54 High 

Mitchell Manuel F. fisherman, house 21 Sadler 

Mitchell Samuel, fisherman, house 54 High 

Mitchell Stinson, teamster, house 909 Washington 

Mitchell Thomas, fisherman, boards 200 Main 

Mitchell Vicentia, widow, house 36 Friend 

Mitchell Willard F. clerk, 103 Main, boards 14 Sargent 

Monroe, see Munroe 

Montgomery Benjamin & Son (Samuel), fishery, 12 Mont- 
gomery place, house 62 East Main 

Montgomery Benjamin, jr. died Oct. 26, 1883 

Montgomery Charles, coal and wood, 12 Montgomery pi. 
boards 62 East Main 

Montgomery Henry W. laborer, h. Cherry, cor. Reynard 

Montgomery Sam'l (B. Montgomery & Son),l2 Montgomery 
place, house 159 East Main 

Moody James M. fisherman, house 6 Perkins 

Moody Janette, widow, house 6 Perkins 

Moody John, laborer, house 9 Maple 

Moody ( William G. ) & Jeffs ( William), ship carpenters, 27 
Wharf, house 5 Perkins 

Mooney George, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 

Mooney Philip, physician, 209 Main, house do. 






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Moore Arthur G. fisherman, boards 14 Parkhurst's wharf 
Moore Ellen, widow, house 4 Willow 
Moore Frank, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Moore Frank II. clerk, 122 Main, house 29 Pleasant 
Moore George, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
Moore George, fisherman, house 138 Washington 
Moore George A. blacksmith, boards 89 Western avenue 
Moore James H. fisherman, house 40 Wharf 
Moore James J. fisherman, house 15 Allen 
Moore John, fisherman, boards 7 Willow 
Moore John A. blacksmith, house 105 Eastern avenue . 
Moore John W. clerk, 96 Main, house 30 Orchard 
-Moore Joseph A. city marshal, Rogers' block, h. 33 Elm 
Moore Margaret Mrs. died Oct. 9, 1882 
Moore Mary Miss, saleswoman, 274 Main, bds. 15 Allen 
Moore Mary Miss, house 39 Leonard 
Moore Mary 0. Mrs. house 596 Washington 
Moore Samuel, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Moore Sidney, teamster, house 4 Bay View place 
Moore Stephen, quarryman, house 796 Washington 
Moore Thomas, removed to Newport, R. I. 
Moore William F. fish skinner, boards 15 Allen 
Moorhouse Augustus S. house 119 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Mooring Jasper, engineer, house Washington, cor. Quarry 
Mooring John, died Sept. 10, 1882 
Mooring John, jr. teamster, house 6 Bay View place 
Mooring Mary, widow of John, house 4 Bay View place 
Moran John, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Moran Theresa, widow of Thomas, house 26 Perkins 
Morell Simon, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Morey George, mason, house 117 Washington 
Morey George D. travelling agent, house 3 Rackliffe 
Morey Lucy M. widow, house 10 Winter, corner Orchard 
Morey Martha A. teacher, Forbes' school, bds. 10 Winter 
Morey Richard L. painter, boards 12 Cedar 
Morgan Albert, quarryman, house 886 Washington 
Morgan Albert B. removed to Maiden 

•Morgan Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, 97 -Main, b. 6 Howe p7^«^ 
Morgan Bartlett, stonecutter, house 895 Washington 
Morgan Charles, carpenter, boards 6 Howe 
Morgan Eli, farmer, house 886 Washington 
Morgan Eli, jr. mariner, house 812 Washington 
Morgan George B. fisherman, house 816 Washington 
.Morgan John, confectionery manuf. 109 Main, h. 42 Millett 
Morgan Nathan F. house 895 Washington 
Morgan Thomas J. confectioner, boards 42 Millett 
Morgan William, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Moriarty Frank, teamster, boards 241 Main 
Moring James, quarryman, boards 35 McLellan 



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Morong Frank, fisherman, house 10 Rowe square (East) 

Morong Henry F. carpenter, house 10 Rowe square (East) 

Morong James, fisherman, house 3 Staten 

Morrill Alvin, fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 

Morrill F. Gordon (Boston), summer residence, Shore 

avenue, Magnolia 
Morrill George W. hairdresser, 288| Main, h. 11 Perkins 
Morris Augustus A. fisherman, house rear 19 Dike 
Morris Edward, master mariner, house 36 Beacon 
Morris Charles A. stonecutter, house Atlantic st., W. G. 
Morris Charles D. Rev. pastor, First Baptist Church, house 

28 Washington square 
Morris John D. fisherman, boards 56 Mt. Vernon 
Morris John D. 2d, fisherman, boards 16 Mt. Vernon 
Morris Joseph D. fisherman, house 16 Mt. Vernon 
Morrisc John, painter, house 5 Chestnut 
Morrison Allen, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
Morrison Catharine, widow of Roderick L. h. 16 Marchant 
Morrison Charles, fisherman, boards 46 Park 
Morrison Daniel, fisherman, house 4 Maple 
Morrison Daniel, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Morrison Daniel, fisherman, house 52 Fort square 
Morrison Daniel, jr. fisherman, boards 52 Fort square 
Morrison James, stone dealer, house 5 Pond 
Morrison John, carpenter, boards 53 Fort square 
Morrison Kenneth, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Morrison Lewis J. cook, house 26 Perkins 
Morrison Malcolm, ship carpenter, house 14 Allen 
Morrison Mary, widow, house 5 Page 
Morrison Roderick L. lost at sea, December, 1883 
Morrissey Ann, widow, house 2 Pine 
Morrissey Catharine, widow, house 9 Cedar 
Morrissey William, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Morrow Charles, laborer, house 8 Winter 
Morrow Horace E. boards 8 Winter 
Morrow James T. carpenter, house 24 Taylor 
Morrow Thomas, farmer, house 126 Eastern avenue 
Morse Abbie S. physician, 22 Dale avenue, house do. 
Morse George, physician, 22 Dale avenue, house do. 
Morse George A. tinsmith, 221 Main, bds. at Rockport 
Morse George H. clerk, 331 Main, bds. 154 Western av. 
Morse Isaac P. rigger, house 154 Western avenue 
Morse John S. blacksmith, boards 9 Trask 
Morse Nathan P. removed to Boston 
Morse William, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Morton George H. house 185 Western avenue 
Morton J. Q. A. Mrs. house 9 Revere 
Moses Walter S. machinist, house 21 Curve 
Mosetic John, fisherman, boards 105 East Main 



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Mosso Ernest, fisherman, house 54 Fort square 

Mostrora John, fisherman, house 118 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Moubriquett Daniel, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Moulton Charles V. fisherman, house 58 Eastern avenue 

Mountain Catharine, widow, house 28 Exchange 

Mountain David, fisherman, house 289 Main 

Mountain Robert, shoemaker, 287 Main, house 293 do. 

Moynahan Daniel, quarryman, boards 87 High 

Mullally Michael, fisherman, house 6 Fort square 

Mullin Bridget, widow, house 7 Cedar 

Mullin Daniel, fish dealer, house 60 Mt. Vernon 

Mullin James, laborer, boards 7 Cedar 

Munroe Angus, fisherman, house 1 2 Cedar 

Munroe Freeman, fisherman, house 6 Elwell 

Munroe Freeman, laborer, house 5 Smith 

Munroe George, stonecutter, house 704 Washington 

Munroe John, fisherman, boards 5 Beach court 

Munsey Frank B. clerk, 28 Washington, boards do. 

Munsey George P. removed to New York 

Munsey William, grocer, 28 Washington, house do. 

Murphy Augustus, fisherman, house 1 Cedar 

Murphy Charles, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house 33 Park 

Murphy Cornelius, stonecutter, house 89 High 

Murphy Dennis, saloon, 69 Main, boards do. 

Murphy Dennis C. died Nov. 25, 1883 

Murphy Ellen Miss, house 33 Park 

Murphy Jas. (Bishop & Murphy), 27 Vincent, h. 32 Friend 

Murphy James, fisherman, house 24 Pine 

Murphy James, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Murphy James F. fisherman, house 15 Tremont 

Murphy John, fisherman, house 34 Sargent 

— -Murphy John J., Smith's Hotel, 198 Main, cor. Elm, h. do. 
Murphy Margaret, widow, house 71 Main 
Murphy Martin, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Murphy Mary A. widow of Dennis C. house 13 Exchange 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 1 1 Shepherd 
Murphy Michael, jr. clerk, Smith's Hotel, boards do. 
Murphy Patrick, fisherman, house 17 Willow 
Murphy Patrick, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 
Murphy Richard, fisherman, house 13 Shepherd 
Murphy Thomas, fisherman, house 34 Grove 
Murphy Thomas, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, boards 11 Shepherd 
Murphy William, house 40 School 
Murphy William A. clerk, Smith's Hotel, boards do. 
Murray Anthony, engineer, house 34 Quarry 
Murray George, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Murray James F. clerk, 215 Main, boards do. 



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Murray John, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Murray Lyrnan, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Murray Margaret, widow, house 23 Mt. Vernian 
Murray Matthew M. boards 23 Mt. Vernon 
Murray Michael B. freighter, house 23 Mt. Vernon 
Murray Patrick, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Murray Patrick H. laborer, house 10 Gould court 
Murray R. G. fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Murray Thomas, laborer, house 48 Rocky Neck avenue 
Murray Wallace, fisherman, boards 5 Vincent 
Murray William, fisherman, house 50 Park 
Muse Jeremiah, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Muse John, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Mutual Union Telegraph Co. 173 Main 
Myers Charles W. cooper, house 17 Water 
Myers James L. fisherman, house 16 Marchant 
Myers John, fisherman, boards 9 4 Middle 

NADEAU NAPOLEON, stone cutter, h. 706 Washington 

Nagle John, fisherman, house 7 Prospect 

Nagle John, fisherman, house 32 Fort square 

Nally Patrick, laborer, house 68 Perkins 

Nash Lonson D. house 20 Pine 

Nason Charles, fisherman, boards 31 Main 

Nason Frank W. fisherman, house 14 Marchant 

Nason John, fisherman, house 31 Main 

Nason Susan, widow, house 330 Main 

Naumkeag Branch Clothing Co., G. W. Cutter, manager, 

18 Main 
Naus Joseph, fisherman, house 36 Millett 
Nauss John A. fisherman, boards 79 Perkins 
-Nauss Loring, fisherman, house 9 Addison 
Nauss Nathan, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Nauss Sarah E. widow, house 43 Warner 
Neal Addison S. brakeman, E. R. R. house 85 Washington 
Neal William J. carpenter, house 93 Washington 
Nee Ellen, widow, house 67 Duncan 
Neilson Pere, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Nelson Andrew, fisherman, house 101 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Nelson Andrew, fisherman, house 21 Park 
Nelson Charles, fisherman, boards 79 Commercial 
Nelson Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Short 
Nelson Charles A. fisherman, house 13 School 
Nelson Christen, duck preserver, 309 Main, house 307 do. 
Nelson Christen, fisherman, house 88 Washington 
Nelson Frederick, fisherman, house 64 Eastern avenue 
Nelson George, painter, boards 42 School 
Nelson Hans, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Nelson John, boots and shoes, house 6 Staten 



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Nelson John, fisherman, house 132 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Nelson John, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 
Nelson John, of 25 Mt. Vernon, died Aug. 5, 1883 
Nelson John, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 

NELSON JOHN, oil clothing, 285 Main, house 15 Sum- 
mit (see page 269) 
Nelson John, 2d, fisherman, house 6 Beach court 
Nelson John S. clerk, 309 Main, house 6 Staten 
Nelson Lewis, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Nelson Lucy E. Mrs. house 42 School 
. Nelson Mary G. widow of Paul, house 251 East Main 
Nelson Nathaniel, pilot, house 46 Fort square 
Nelson Nils J. fisherman, house 25 Warner 
Nelson Norman, fisherman, boards 42 School 
Nelson Oliver, house 28 Fort square 
Nelson Paul, lost at sea, December, 1883 
Nelson Peter, fisherman, house 20 Columbia 
Nelson Samuel, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Nelson Senues, master mariner, boards Belmont Hotel 
Nelson Thomas, fisherman, house 74 Friend 
Nelson William, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Nelson William, fisherman, boards 26 School 
Nelson, see also Nilsson 

Neuffer F. Charles, hairdresser, boards 27 Main 
Nevin Bernard, laborer, house 377 Main 
Newbury John, fisherman, house 17 Sadler 
Newell Charles, fisherman, house 51 Perkins 

"^Newell George H. dentist, 156 Main, house 23 Elm 
Newell James W. summer residence, Beach av., E. G. 
Newell Lowell, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
New England Fish Co., A. W. Bray, agt., Dodd's wharf 
Newhall Isaac, fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 
Newhall J. Frederick, stripper, house 31 Mt. Vernon 
Newman Albert, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 
Newman Benjamin G. stonecutter, house 737 Washington 
Newman Bernard D. clerk, 169 Main, boards 175 do. 
Newman Charles, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 
Newman Charles F. stone hammerer, h. 700 Washington 
Newman Harry, farmer, house 85 Concord, W. G. 
Newman James E. stonecutter, house 630 Washington 
Newman John, fisherman, house 630 Washington 
Newman Olive, widow, house 795 Washington 
Newman William, clothing, 169 Main, boards 175 do. 
Newmarsh John L. fisherman, house 3 Harmony sq. 
Newton Thomas, fisherman, house 14 Oak 
New York and China Tea store, 228 Main 

—Nichols ( George E.) & Wolfe ( William), calkers, Duncan's 
Point, house 7 Orchard 

. Nichols James P. driver, steamer No. 1, house 8 Columbia 



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Nichols Mary, widow, house 140 Eastern avenue 

Nichols M. Herbert, local editor, Gloucester Daily News, 

and reporter Boston Daily Globe, h. 23 Duncan 
Nichols Peter, house 427 Main 
Nichols Robert, hostler, 31 Commercial 
Nichols William H. house 140 Eastern avenue 
Nicholson Alexander, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Nicholson Charles, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Nickerson Abbie, widow, house 19 Shepherd 
Nickerson Adelbert, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Nickerson Alexander, fisherman, house 59 Fort sq. 
Nickerson Alfred, fisherman, house 11 Eastern av. 
Nickerson Ambrose, fisherman, boards 19 Shepherd 
Nickerson Charles, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Nickerson Eben, fisherman, boards 19 Shepherd 
Nickerson Eugene, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 
Nickerson E. D. 891 Washington, house at Rockport 
Nickerson George, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Nickerson George, fisherman, boards 12 Locust 

NICKERSON GEORGE S. proprietor Western Avenue 
House, 85 Western av. house 83 do. (see page 283) 
Nickerson Henry, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Nickerson Howard, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Nickerson Israel, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Nickerson Jacob D. clerk, 19 Water, house IT Locust 
Nickerson James, fisherman, house 293 Western av. 
Nickerson James, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Nickerson John, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Nickerson John M. fisherman, house 36 Sargent 
Nickerson Joseph, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Nickerson Joseph W. fisherman, boards 42 School 
Nickerson Joshua, carpenter, house 33 Grove 
Nickerson J. D. S. fisherman, house 48 Maplewood av. 
Nickerson Leslie, fishermau, boards 83 Commercial 
Nickerson Levi, carpenter, house 58 Maplewood av. 
Nickerson Levi, oil clothing, 123 Duncan, house 8 Maple 
Nickerson Matthew R. rigger, house 1" Sayward 
Nickerson Nathan, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Nickerson Samuel, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Nickerson William, fisherman, boards 19 Shepherd 
Nickerson William, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Nickerson Wra. G. clerk, 891 Washington, b. at Rockport 
Nickerson William J. laborer, house 153 East Main 
Nickerson Zenas S. laborer, house 1 Blynman av. 
Nicolas John A. fisherman, house end of Green st. 
Niles Washington A. farmer, house Eastern Point 
Niles William J. artist, boards W. A. Niles' 
Nilsson Charles, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Nilsson Oliver, fisherman, boards Granite court 



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Nilsson Peter, fisherman, boards Granite court 

Nilsson Pierre, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 

Nilsson Samuel, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 

Nilsson Samuel A. fisherman, boards 6 Vincent 

Nilsson Stephen, fisherman, boards Granite court 

Nixon John, died March 26, 1884 

Nixon William W. clerk, 227 Main, boards 8 Sadler 

Noble Eleazar G. fisherman, house 4 Cross 

Noble Samuel S. fisherman, house 19 Eastern avenue 

Notjje William B. fisherman, house 10 Bass avenue 

Noble William B. laborer, house 25 Eastern avenue 

Noble William F. laborer, boards 25 Eastern avenue 

Nolan Fabyan, fisherman, house 16 Smith 

Norby Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Short 

Norcross James H. summer residence, Atlantic av., E. G. 

Nordll Christina, widow, house 74 Friend 

Nordon Priscilla, widow, house 60 Blynman avenue 

Norris Catharine, widow, house 5 Mason court 

Norris John R. fish skinner, boards 9 Harmony square 

Northway Henry, paving cutter, house 627 Washington 

Northway William, paving cutter, house 745 Washington 

Norton Catharine, widow of Michael, house 14 Parker 

Norton Edward, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 

Norton Peter, fisherman, house 44 Maplewood avenue 

Norwood Aaron A. painter, boards 366 Washington 

Norwood Abraham T. house 68 East Main 

Norwood Addison, removed to Salem 

NORWOOD CHARLES F. carpenter, 44 Commercial, 
house 23 Exchange (see page 270) 
Norwood Clifford, fisherman, house 22 East Main 
Norwood Daniel, removed to Salem 

Norwood Edgar, variety, 374 Washington, boards 366 do. 
Norwood Frederick ( George Norwood & Son), 93 East 

Main, house 22 Arlington 
Norwood George & Son (Frederick), fisheries, 93 East 

Main, house 16 Leonard 
Norwood Henry, died August 10, 1883 
Norwood Henry A. carpenter, house 15 Exchange 
Norwood James, fisherman, house 89 Prospect 
Norwood Jennie L. Miss, music teacher, bds. 4 Woodbury 
Norwood John, master mariner, house 7 Friend 
Norwood John F. mariner, house 101 Wheeler 
Norwood John H. fisherman, house 20 Hammond 
Norwood John L. fisherman, house 366 Washington 
Norwood Joseph F. clerk, house 82 Wheeler 
Norwood Joseph W. boards 3 Norwood court [do. 

Norwood Joseph W. jr. oil manuf., foot Norwood ct. h. 3 
Norwood Joseph Y. laborer, house 138 Wheeler 
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Norwood Levi L. clerk, 315 Main, rooms 13 Church 
Norwood Mary A. widow of Henry, house 16 Exchange 
Norwood Mary J. widow, house 20 Ilammond 
Norwood William, house 7 Friend 
Noyes Charles W. teamster, house 25 Park 
Noyes Samuel, jr. (Cambridge), summer residence, Cam- 
bridge avenue 
Nugent Frank, cooper, house 405 Main 
Nugent Patrick, cooper, house 33 Eastern avenue 
Nunns F. H. proprietor Bass Rock House, Brightside av. 
Nute Arthur C. clerk, 109 Main, boards 10 Procter 
Nute Charles H. master mariner, house 48 Warner 
Nutton John G. cigar maker, boards 7 Stacy court 
Nutton John T. laborer, house 7 Stacy court 

OAKE CHARLES, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Oakes Charles C. driver, house 69 Eastern avenue 
Oakes (Fitz E.) & Foster (JererAiah), fishing, etc., 55 Com- 
mercial, house 11 Winter 
Oakes Fitz E. jr. letter carrier, house 9 Orchard 
-Oakes George H. house 36 Mt. Vernon 
Oakes Howard H. clerk, 55 Commercial, house 12 Foster 
Oakes Julia A. widow of William H. house 81 Western av. 
-Oakes Roscoe H. laborer, boards 66 Main 
Oakes Sidney W. painter, Tarr's wharf, Rocky Neck, and 

rear 193 East Main, house 38 Rocky Neck avenue 
Oakes William E. business manager, Stockbridge & Co., 

and Atlantic Halibut Co., house 3 Summer 
Oakley Joseph, fisherman, house 28 Addison 
Oakley Thomas, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
-Ober Josiah, machinist, house 115 Washington 
Oberlander John B. removed to Boston 



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en Allan, fisherman, boards 6 Beach court 

en Annie J. widow of Daniel, house 11 Forest 

en Charles, laborer, house 13 Park 

en Honora, widow, house 9 Shepherd 

en Joauna, widow, house 12 Shepherd 

en John, fisherman, boards 273 Main 

en John, provisions, 816 Washington, h. 12 Andrews 

en Joseph, fisherman, house 25 Bass avenue 

en Joseph, fisherman, boards 232 Main 

en Lawrence, fisherman, house 45 Maplewood av. 

en Mary, widow, house 11 Forest 

en Matthew F. fisherman, house 12 Shepherd 

en Michael, fisherman, house 25 Addison 

en Michael, jr. fisherman, boards 25 Addison 

en Oliver A. fisherman, house 41 Washington 

en Patrick, laborer, house 5 Smith 

en Terence, laborer, house 20 Orchard 






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O'Brien Thomas, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 

O'Brien William, removed to Roekport 

O'Connell Jane, widow, house 24 Gould court 

O'Connell Patrick, fisherman, house 15 Shepherd 

O'Conner Daniel, mason, boards 33 East Main 

O'Conner Peter, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

O'Donnell John M. fisherman, house 65 Eastern avenue 

O'Donnell Thomas, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 

O'Hara Isaiah A. hairdresser, 19 Pearce, house do. 

O'Hara Patrick, clerk, Parkhurst's wharf, boards do. 

O'Hare Arthur, quarryman, boards 91 High 

O'Leary John, shoemaker, house 9 Pine 

Oliver Dennis, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Oliver Robert, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 

Olson Albert, fisherman, boards 18 Water 

Olson Andrew J. clerk, 285 Main, house 29 Perkins 

Olson Anton, fisherman, house rear 33 Friend 

Olson Charles, fisherman, house 117 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Olson Christina, widow, house 121 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Olson Edward, lost at sea 

Olson Elias M. freighter, house 547 Washington 

Olson Frederick, fisherman, house Granite court 

Olson Frederick, fisherman, boards 18 Water 

Olson George, fisherman, house 55 East Main 

Olson Gustave, fisherman, house 6 Vincent 

Olson Jacob, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 

Olson John, fisherman, boards 45 Washington 

Olson John, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 

Olson John, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 

Olson Julia A. widow, house 347 Main 

Olson Laws, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 

Olson Lotta, widow of Andrew, house 7 Blake court 

Olson Martin 0. fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 

Olson Oliver, fisherman, boards 26 Main 

Olson Olof, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 

Olson Oscar, fisherman, boards 11 Shepherd 

Olson Oscar, of 6 Blake court, lost at sea 

Olson 0. M. fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 

Olson Peter, lust at sea 

Olson Thomas, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 

Olson Thomas, fisherman, boards 18 Water 

Olson William, fisherman, boards 321 Main 

Olson Thor, fisherman, house 28 Mt. Vernon 

O'Maley Charles, teamster, boards 3 Gould court 

O'Maley John, fisherman, house 4 Smith 

O'Maley Michael, expressman, house 3 Gould court 

O'Maiey Michael, jr. died July 15, 1884 

O'Maley Penelope, widow, house 31 Haskell 

O'Maley Thomas, teamster, boards 3 Gould court 



140 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

O'Neal Charles, fisherman, boards 5 Fremont 

O'Neal Elias, carpenter, boards 19 Mansfield 

O'Neal Elizabeth, widow of Patrick, house 16 Cedar 

O'Neal Fred, fisherman, boards 26 School 

O'Neal Hannah Mrs. grocer, 8 Bass avenue, house do. 

O'Neal James, teamster, house 8 Bass avenue 

O'Neal John, fisherman, house 16 Sargent 

O'Neal John, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 

O'Neal Lawrence, fisherman, boards 46 Park 

O'Neal Michael, fisherman, house 46 Fort square 

O'Neal Richard, fisherman, house 15 Friend 

O'Neal William, fisherman, boards 46 Park 

Oom Oscar, fisherman, boards 15 Short 

Orchard Susie F. widow of Josiah B. house 13 Beacon 

Orfo Frank, variety store, 21 Perkins, house 23 do. 

Orfo Frank R. fisherman, house 4 Perkins 

Organ Samuel, fisherman, house 22 Shepherd 

Orne Augustus A. laborer, boards'24 Hammond 

Orne Charles, fisherman, house 6 Chapel 

Orne Cleveland, fisherman, boards 4 Clay court, E. G. 

Orne Edward J. hairdresser, house 10 Cove 

Orne Freeman, laborer, house 1 Hammond 

O'Roark Patrick, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 

Orth Henry, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 

Osborn John, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Osgood David T. fisherman, bouse 12 Taylor 

Osier Charles W. fisherman, house 255 East Main 

Osier David, fisherman, house 9 Wonson 

Osier David A. fisherman, house 18 Highland 

Osier Theodore S. fisherman, boards 9 Wonson 

Osier Warren, fisherman, house 9 Wonson 

Otis Stephen, fisherman, boards 18 Water 

Oulasong John, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Overbeck Charles M. asst. bookkeeper, Atlantic Halibut 

Co. boards 29 Granite 
Overbeck J. C. cigar manuf. 58 Main, house 29 Granite 
Overbeck Theodore, city engineer, office City Hall, boards 

29 Granite 
Oxner Henry, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Oxner Howard, fisherman, boards 273 Main 
Oxner Samuel W. fisherman, boards 273 Main 

PAGE (Men) & SAVILLE (C. C), express, 76 Main, 

house 5 Water 
Page John, fisherman, house 36 Friend 
Page William, stable, 16 Mansfield, house 14 do. 
Paige 0. B. Mrs. Ocean-side Hotel, Lexington avenue 
Palmer Arthur F. carpenter, boards 28 Grove 
Palmer Charles, removed to Cambridge 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 141 

•Palmer Frances Mrs. dressmaker, 224 Main, house do. 
Palmer Henry A. fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Palmer John, laborer, house 28 Grove 
Paris Lee, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Paris Thomas, fisherman, boards 26 vVddison 
Parker Albert, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Parker Alpheus, variety store, 1 Revere, house 5 do. 
Parker Anna, widow of Charles P. house 30 Friend 
Parker Benjamin, whitewasher, house 6 Parker court 
Parker Benjamin, jr. laborer, house 12 Parker 
Parker Charles P. died December 14, 1883 
Parker D. Brainerd, mariner, house 37 East Main 
Parker Edwin, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Parker Frederick L. fish dealer, boards 35 East Main 
Parker George E. carpenter, house 28 Exchange 
Parker George T. carpenter, house 1 Forest 
Parker Hubbard, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Parker James, trader, house 35 East Main 
Parker James A. fish dealer, boards 35 East Main 
Parker John, master mariner, house 23 East Main 
Parker John, teamster, boards 8 Bass avenue 
Parker John, jr. painter, house 36 East Main 
Parker Manning, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Parker Sophia D. widow, house 109 Washington 
Parker William H. fisherman, house 10 East Main 
Parkhurst Albion P. apothecary, 76 Prospect, h. 34 Granite 
Parkhurst Charles & Son ( Chan. E.), marine railway, Dun- 
can's Point, house 370 Main 
Parkhurst Charles E. ( Charles Parkhurst & Son), Duncan's 

Point, house 18 Chestnut 
Parkhurst Charles W. removed to Somerville 
Parkhurst Clara B. Miss, removed to Somerville 
Parkhurst David, house 6 Sumner, West Gloucester 
Parkhurst Edith A. Miss removed to Somerville 
Parkhurst Epes M. carpenter, house 85 Middle 
Parkhurst Epes M. jr., clerk, 55 Commercial, h, 305 Main 
Parkhurst E. A. Mrs. removed to Somerville 
Parkhurst George, clerk, Parsons, c. Rogers, h. 2 Summit 
Parkhurst George H. mariner, boards 21 Chestnut 
Parkhurst Hugh, clerk, at Benj. Low's, house 7 Warner 
Parkhurst John, clothing. 95 Main, house 13 Granite 
Parkhurst John F. clerk, 95 Main, boards 13 Granite 
Parkhurst Lizzie W. teacher, boards 370 Main 
Parks Catharine, widow, house 30 Perkins 
Parks Edward D. fisherman, house 27 Liberty 
Parks Matthew F. fisherman, house 27 Mansfield 
Parks William R. fisherman, house 10 Sargent 
Parmenter (Henry A.), Rice (Stillman), & Co. (George L. 
Garland), fish, Battery whf., 107 Duncan, h. 46 Middle 



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Parrott Charles W. sailmaker, boards 7 Fears' court 
— Parrott Lucinda M. Mrs. house 7 Fears' court 

Parsons Aaron, clerk, Custom House, house 22 Middle 
Parsons Abigail, widow of Daniel G. house 150 East Main 
Parsons Albert, fisherman, house 28 Witham 
Parsons Amelia F. widow, house 24 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Andrew B. printer, 191 Main, boards 36 School 
^.--Parsons Annie R. Mrs. dry goods, 154 East Main, h. do. 
Parsons Arthur C. clerk, house 7 Highland 
Parsons Austin, glue maker, house 195 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Betsey D. Miss, house 155 East Main 
Parsons Caroline Miss, house 724 Washington 
Parsons Charles, leather cutter, 11 Leonard, house 48 do. 
Parsons Charles A. boards 197 Western avenue 
Parsons Charles E. seine maker, house 5 Cross 
Parsons Charles H. b®otmaker, house 48 Leonard 
Parsons Charles II. (A. W. Dodd & Co.), 5 and 7 Wharf ; 

house 31 Chestnut 4 

Parsons Charles L. baker, boards 12 Oak 
^ Parsons diaries P. policeman, house 64 Eastern avenue 
Parsons C. C. Mrs. house 8 Hancock 
Parsons Daniel S. shoemaker, Western ave., at the bridge, 

house rear 187 do. 
.Parsons David & Co. calkers, Rocky Neck ferry landing, 

house 26 Highland 
Parsons David, laborer, house 12 Oak 
Parsons Eben, house 9 Chapel 
Parsons Eben Mrs. house 338 Main 
Parsons Eben F. laborer, house 12 Oak 
Parsons Edward, baker, house 51 Middle 
Parsons Edward D. clerk, 179 East Main, house 12 Chapel 
Parsons Edwin A. laborer, house 114 Prospect 
Parsons Edwin F. fisherman, house 1 Harbor View court 
_— -Parsons Edwin 0. ( W. Frank Parsons & Bro.), 81 Main, 

house 26 Church 
Parsons Eleanor F. teacher, boards 123 Prospect 
Parsons Eliza, widow, house 26 Fort square 
Parsons Elizabeth, widow, house 68 Middle 
Parsons Ellen, widow, house 956 Washington 
Parsons Fitz W. grocer, 22 Eastern avenue, house 24 do. 
Parsons Frank, clerk, 315 Main, boards 11 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Frank B. plasterer, boards 527 Washington 
Parsons ^rank H. hack driver, boards 51 Middle 
Parsons Fred., driver, boards 527 Washington 
— Parsons George, clerk, 315 Main, house 9 Eastern avenue 
Parsons George ( Wm. Parsons, 2d, & Co.), 138 East Main, 

house 13 Highland [Prospect 

Parsons George, 2d, fancy goods, 54 Washington, h. 72 
Parsons George A. clerk (Boston) boards 8 Hancock 



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Parsons George A. fisherman, house 1 Rowe sq. (East) 

Parsons George B. carpenter, house 364 Main 

Parsons George F. farmer, house 27 Witham 

Parsons Georgianna Miss, house 3 Granite 

Parsons Gilman S. carpenter, house 40 Maplewood avenue 

Parsons Gorham, house 52 Prospect 

Parsons Gorham Mrs. house 112 Prospect 

Parsons Gorham A. grocer, 18 Washington, h. IT Addison 

Parsons Henry, carpenter, boards 45 Middle 

Parsons Howard, fisherman, boards 956 Washington 

Parsons Howard, boards 30 Witham 

Parsons Howard A. fisherman, house 114 Prospect 

Parsons Ichabod Q. driver, boards 1-50 East Main 

Parsons Isaac T. died August 9, 1884 

Parsons Isaac T. Mrs. house 197 Western avenue 

Parsons John, teamster, house 26 Fort square 

Parsons John E. house 123 Prospect » 

Parsons John S. building mover, house 22 Friend \ }%%0^i^T 

Parsons Joseph, fisherman, house 30 Witham 

Parsons Joseph, clothing, and boots and shoes, 179 East 

Main ; also postmaster, E. Gloucester, h. 12 Hammond 
Parsons Joseph M. ( Wm. Parsons, Id, & Co.), 138 East 

Main, house 79 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Parsons Joseph P. clerk, 1 Webster, house 44 Eastern av. 
Parsons Judith, widow, house 4 Eastern avenue [pect 

Parsons Mary Miss, bookkeeper, 1 Webster, b. 123 Pros- 
Parsons Mary E. widow of William 2d, house 61 Middle 
Parsons Nathaniel B. house 5 Story 
Parsons Nils, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 
Parsons Oren, mason, house rear 37 Friend 
Parsons Parnal Mrs. house 1 1 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Rufus, cooper, house 4 Highland 
Parsons Samuel A. fisherman, house 6 Herrick court 
Parsons Samuel H. fisherman, house 63 Haskell 
Parsons Sidney, depot master, W. G. station, house 217 

Magnolia avenue, West Gloucester 
Parsons Sidney A. civil engineer, boards 3 Tremont 

PARSONS THEODORE, pianos, and pianoforte tuner, 
house 8 Hancock (see page 275) 
Parsons Theodore, house 31 Granite 
Parsons Theodore, cooper, house 151 East Main 
Parsons Thomas H. laborer, house 14 Chapel 
Parsons Thomas L. fisherman, house 195 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Thomas L. house 65 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Parsons T. F. jr. inspector, Custom House, h. at Rockport 
Parsons Whinnery, teamster, house 10 North Kilby 
__ Parsons William (Atlantic Halibut Go.), house 31 Granite 
Parsons William, 2d, died Oct. 1, 1882 



144 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Parsons William 2d & Co. (J. M. and George Parso> s, and 

J. L. Stanley), fisheries, 138 East Main 
Parsons William H. farmer, house 197 Western avenue 
Parsons William N. Mrs. house 527 Washington 

PARSONS W. FRANK & BRO. (E. 0. Parsons), 
boots and shoes, 81 Main, h. 3 Tremont (seep. 274) 
Partridge Catharine, widow, house 11 Commercial court 
Partridge George H. fisherman, house 34 Maplewood av\ 
Partridge George L. house 152 Leonard 
Partridge Parmenas W. fisherman, bds. 11 Commercial ct. 
Partridge Ralph, clerk, Bennett Griffin & Son's, house 152 

Leonard 
Patch Isaac, farmer, house 294 East Main 
Patience John, fisherman, house rear 259 Main 
Patten David, painter, house 14 Eastern avenue /? / y^**— ~7 { 
.Patten James F. fruit, etc. 88 Main, liuawr dop o-w^V*if-fc 
Patterson Daniel, fisherman, boards 22 Commercial 
Patterson Franklin, wharf builder*, boards 17 Pearl 
Patterson George W. house 29 Pearce 
Patterson James, fisherman, house 11 Perkins 
Patterson Richard, fisherman, boards 8 Middle 

PATTILO ALEXANDER, dry goods and carpetings, 
122 Main, house 6 Hancock (see front cover) 
Pattillo A. Manton, clerk, 122 Main, house 23 Church 
Paul Joseph D. fish curer, house 10 Fremont 
Payne Annie Mrs. house 86 Prospect 
Payson Benjamin F. fisherman, house 7 Staten 
Payson John A. laborer, house rear 134 Prospect 
Peabody Oliver Mrs. house 6 Curve 
Peach Richard, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Pearce Charles H. Mrs. house 100 Prospect 
Pearce Frank C. clerk, Cunningham & Thompson's, boards 

100 Prospect 
Pearce Frederick A. bookkeeper, Cunningham & Thomp- 
son's, boards 100 Prospect 
Pearce George, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Pearce Joseph, fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Pearce Mary and Clementina Misses, house 35 Pleasant 
Pearce Walden, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Pearce, see also Pierce 

Pearson Alfred, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Pearson Arthur G. clerk, A. Dodge's, boards 8 Winter 
Pearson Samuel Mrs. house 14 Franklin square 
Peart Godfrey, saloon, 32 Wharf, house do. 
Peavey George, clerk, boards 926 Washington 
Peavey Newell, stonecutter, house 926 Washington 
Peeples Alexander, fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
Peeples George, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Peeples James D. fisherman, boards 34 Granite 



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Peeples Samuel, master mariner, house 1 Warren 
Peeples Thomas W. fisherman, boards 34 Granite 
Pellerin Benjamin, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Pelton George M. boards 11 School 

h- Pelton Thomas D. clerk, 178 Main, house 11 School 
Pendergast John, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
Pendleton Frederick, fisherman, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Pendleton George, fisherman, house 409 Main 
Pendleton George, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Pennelly Dominick, fisherman, boards 8 Middle 
. Pentecost John J. fisherman, house 48 Maplewood avenue 
Perkins Aaron C. ship carpenter, house 23 Washington 
Perkins Charles H. fisherman, house 55 Warner 
Perkins David, fisherman, house 16 Highland 
Perkins Dean Mrs. house 37 Mt. Vernon 
Perkins Edward, gardener, house 14 Riverdale place 
Perkins Enoch, fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Perkins George & Son ( George H, Perkins), fish dealers 

Perkins' wharf, house 79 Prospect 
Perkins George II. ( George Perkins & Son), Perkins' 

wharf, house 38 Pleasant 
Perkins James, summer residence, Lexington av., Magnolia 
Perkins John F. fish skinner, boards 5 Orchard 
Perkins Joseph W. fisherman, boards 16 Highland 

— .Perkins Melvin H. apothecary, 327 Main, house 33 Warner 
Perkins Richard H. teamster, C. H. Boynton's, h. 8 Grove 
Perkins Sophronia Mrs. house 72 Washington 
Perkins Stephen A. laborer, house 8 Grove 
Perkins William H. house 292 Main 

— Perkins William II. jr. fish dealer, Perkins' whf. h. 3 Mason 
Perrin William II. Mrs. boards 57 Prospect 
Perrins Lewis, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Perrio Anthony, laborer, house 14 Mt. Vernon 
Perrio Joseph, laborer, boards 14 Mt. Vernon 
Perrio Thomas, fisherman, house 64 Friend 
Perriway Frank, fisherman, boards 350 Main 
Perriway Martha Mrs. house 350 Main 
Perriway Philip, laborer, boards 350 Main 
Perry Antoine, fisherman, house 47 Friend 
Perry Antoine. fisherman, house 16 Taylor 
Perry David, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Perry John W. laborer, house 25 Friend 
Perry Joseph, fisherman, boards 5 Elwell court 
Perry Joseph II. picture frames, 210 Main, b. Smith's Hotel 
Perry Manuel, laborer, house 9 Sadler 
Perry Manuel, fisherman, house 16 Elwell 
Perry Manuel F. fisherman, house 47 Perkins 
Perry Oliver, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Perry Reuben, blacksmith, house 5 Orchard 



146 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Perry Thomas, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Peters Everett E. fisherman, boards 24 Sargent 
Peters Hannah, widow, house 24 Sargent 
Peters Manuel, fisherman, house 8 Fayal court 
Peterson Albertina, widow, house 115 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Peterson Andrew, fisherman, boards Smith's Hotel 
Peterson Daniel A. painter, house 191 East Main 
Peterson Isaac P. seine repairer, h. 116 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Peterson John Rev. removed to Newburyport 
Peterson John A. clerk, 10 Duncan, boards 4 Shepherd 
Peterson Lawrence, fisherman, boards 115 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Peterson Magnus, fisherman, boards 115 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Peterson Matthew, fisherman, house 123 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Peterson Peter, fisherman, boards 79 Commercial 
Peterson Theresa, widow, house 317 Main 
Peterson William, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Pettee Alfred, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Pettee George T. fisherman, boards Hamilton House 
Pettee Lewis, fisherman, boards Hamilton House 

PETTIGREW ALEXANDER, millinery and fancy 
goods, 121 Main, h. 107 Washington (see page 274) 
PETTIGREW JAMES & CO. dry goods, 90 Main, 
house 8 Lookout (see page 274) 
Pettigrove Frank, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Pettingill (Chas. D.) & Cunningham (N. D.), fishing, etc. 

66 Commercial, house 34 Washington square 
Pew Chas. 11. (John Pew & Co.), 331 Main, h. 17 Pleasant 
Pew Edwin B. house 308 Main 
Pew Henry Mrs. house 308 Main 
Pew John & Son ( G. H. and J. J. Pew, and J. K. Dustin, 

jr.), fisheries, 331 Main, house 333 do. 
Pew John J. (John Pew & Son), 331 Main, h. IT Dale av. 
Pew William A. cashier, City National Bank,h. 19 Pleasant 
Pew William A. jr. lawyer, 4 Pleasant, boards 19 do. 
Phalen Edward, fisherman, house 3 Gould court 
Phalen Eliza, widow, house 13 Sadler 
Phalen James, lost at sea 

Phalen Louisa, widow of James, house 16 Webster 
Phalen Peter, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 
Phalen William, cooper, house 13 Sadler 
Phelan Patrick, fisherman, house 21 Mansfield 
Phelps Elizabeth Stuart Miss, summer res. 369 E. Main 
Phelps Hannah D. widow, house 101 Washington 
Phelps Henry N. cooper, house 13 Rowe square (West) 
Philbrick George H. fisherman, house 297 Main 
Philbrick John F. fisherman, house 6 Orchard 
Philbrook George, fisherman, boards 69 Main 
-Phillips N. H. provisions and flour, Main, corner Duncan, 
house 17 Washington square 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 147 

Phipps Mary, widow, house 9 Rowe square (West) 
Phreshong John, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Pickett Rufus, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Pierce Albion K. Mrs. house 21 Chestnut 
Pierce Albion K. boards 21 Chestnut 

Pierce Charles F. clerk, 118 Main, boards Webster House 
Pierce John C. lawyer, 111 Main, house at Pigeon Cove 
Pierce Lyman L boards 35 Chapel 
Pierce Melvin J. fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Pierce Nathaniel, engineer, house 35 Chapel 
Pierce Otis VV. fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
Pierce Samuel, fisherman, boards 15 Eastern avenue 
Pierce William S. B. mariner, boards 21 Chestnut 
Pierce, see also Pearce 

Pigeon Abraham, summer residence, 292 Western avenue 
Pigeon Henry, summer residence, 303 Western avenue 
Pigeon William (Boston), summer res. 281 Western av. 
Pine Antoine, removed to Manchester 
Pingree Henry E. engineer, house 13 Plum 
Pinkham Albert H. fisherman, house 13 Dike 
Pinkham Edward C. fisherman, house 405 Main 
Pinkham Eugene, painter, house 28 Pine 
y» Pinkham George H. house 46 Maplewood avenue 
* Pinkham Ozro, fisherman, boards 60 Main 

Pinkham Randall G. fisherman, house 10 East Main 

Pinkham Robert, rigger, house 31 Prospect 

Pinkham Roswell W. carpenter, house Stage Fort avenue 

Pinkham Sawyer, boards Stage Fort avenue 

Pinkham William E. hostler, 1 Middle, boards 41 Mansfield 

Piper Charles, coal and wood, at the Cove, Lanesville, 

house 825 Washington 
Piper Charles F. teamster, house 825 Washington 
Piper William T. summer res. Lexington avenue, Magnolia 
Pitch Randall, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 
Pittee David A. restaurant, ferry landing, Rocky Neck, 

house 27 Wonson 
Pitts Cornelius 0. boat builder, house 3 Trask 
Place Charles E. bootmaker, 81 Main, house 108 East Main 
Plow James, miller, and variety, 31 Washington, house do. 
Plumer Addison, fish, 38 Main, boards 47 Middle 
Plumer David, master mariner, house 6 Mason 
Plumer George W. ship broker, 40 Western av. h. 47 Middle 
Plumer Lois, widow, house 13 Stacy court 
Plummer Daniel, messenger, Cape Ann National Bank, 

house 14 Columbia 
Plummer William, clerk, 208 Main, house 18 Water 
Poan Edward, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Poan Thomas, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Poland Chester P. clerk, 118 Main, house 49 Warner 



148 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Poland Gardner M. farmer, boards H. B. Proctor's, W. G. 
Poland George L. freighter, boards 639 Washington 
Poland Howard, variety store, 998 Washington, house at 

Rockport 
Poland Michael, mariner, house 639 Washington 
Poland Warren, fisherman, house 978 Washington 
Poland William II. freighter, house 639 Washington 
Polk Silas, fisherman, boards 15 Columbia 
Poison Alfred, fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Poison Emil, fisherman, boards 17 Allen 
Poison, see also Poulson 
Pomeroy James L. stone mason, house 20 Hammond 

POMEROY WILLIAM H. dentist, City National Bank 
building, 195 Main, house Hampden st. (see bottom 

line on front cover) 
Pool Charles, fisherman, boards 22 Commercial 
Pool, Gardner, & Co. fishery, Atlantic wharf 
Pool Samuel G. (Atlantic Halibut? Co.), Atlantic wharf, h. 

115 Prospect 
Pool Solomon, house Sumner st , West Gloucester 
Pool Willard G. fisherman, house 25 Granite 
Poole Charles W. fisherman, house 831 Washington 
Poole John, house 317 Main 
-Poole Nancy J. Miss, dressmaker, 75 Middle 
Poole Solomon, house 21 Granite 
Poole Thomas S. baker, house 42 Holly 
Poper Robert, fisherman, house 13 Sadler 
Poper William F. fisherman, house 13 Sadler 
Porter Benjamin, fisherman, house 20 Friend 
Porter Epes, died August 7, 1883 
Porter Frank, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Porter Henry, fisherman, boards 20 Friend 
Porter Wellington, fisherman, boards 20 Friend 
Porter William H. saloon, 14 Parkhurst's wharf, house do. 
Post Frank, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Potter J. S. summer residence Fuller st., Magnolia point 
Poulson Albert, baker, house 32 Orchard 
Poulson, see also Poison 

Powell William, carpenter, boards 19 Mansfield 
Powell William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Powell William 11. Mrs. house 36 Millett 
Power John, paving cutter, house 741 Washington 
Power John J. stonecutter, house Hillside court 
Power William H. stonecutter, house 2 Mt. Locust place 
Powers Charles H. fisherman, house 53 Washington 
Powers Charles W. laborer, house 40 Fort square 
Powers Ellen, widow, house 116 Eastern avenue 
Powers Frank S. clerk, Eagle Hotel, boards do. 
Powers Joanna Mrs. house 48 School 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 149 

Powers John, fisherman, boards 46 Fort square 

Powers .John, fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 

Powers John D. laborer, house 1 Elwell 

Powers John F. fisherman, boards 116 Eastern avenue 

Powers Joseph, laborer, boards 48 School 

Powers Mary A. widow, house 9 Pine 

Powers Matthew, house 77 Commercial 

Powers Matthew, fisherman, lost at sea 

Powers Matthew A. fisherman, house 52 Fort square 

Powers Michael, fisherman, house 70 Friend 

Powers Patrick, fisherman, house 46 Fort square 

Powers Patrick W. shoemaker, 48 Commercial, house rear 

14 Gould court 
Powers Thomas, fisherman, boards 2 Beach court 
Powers William, fisherman, house 48 Eastern avenue 
Powers William, fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Powers William, quarryman, house 31 Exchange 
Powers William I. fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Powler Sandy, fisherman, house 26 Eastern avenue 
Prady Manuel, laborer, house 53 Perkins 
Prady Thomas, fisherman, house 64 Friend 
Pratt William, fisherman, house 11 Tremont 
Prescott Alvah, foreman blacksmith, Cape Ann Granite 

Works, house 710 Washington 
Presson Alfred, house 11 Franklin square, cor. Prospect 
Presson Charles B. (Boston), house 6 Beachmont avenue 
Presson Charles P. boards 1 1 Franklin square, cor. Prospect 
Presson David S. (Burnham & Presson), 25 Rogers, house 

5 Summer 
Presson Herbert, house 11 Franklin sq. corner Prospect 
Presson Leonard J., Boston express, 53 Main, h. 23 Pleasant 
Presson Walter P. house 11 Franklin square 
Presson William, carpenter, house 6 Liberty 
Preston Tracy J., Passamaquoddy House, 16 and 18 Locust 
Price Augustus E. apothecary, 134 Main, corner Hancock, 

house 22 Church 
Prichard Benjamin G. removed to Rockport 
Priestly Mary S. teacher, Rogers primary, boards 19 Pine 
Priestly Philip Mrs. house 19 Pine 
Prime Stephen T. carpenter, house 63 East Main 
Prindall Charles, sailmaker, Fort wharf, house 16 Addison 
Prindall Charles W. clerk, house 63 Middle 
Prindall David, baker, house 22 Addison 
Pringle James, fisherman, boards 285 Western avenue 
Pringle James Mrs. house 285 Western avenue 
Prior Joanna Mrs. boarding house, 301 Main 
Procter Addison, died Oct. 28, 1883 
Procter Albert, farmer, boards 25 Poplar 
Procter Ann J. widow of Addison, b. 5 Washington sq. 



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PROCTER BROTHERS (Francis and Geo. H.), editors, 
Cape Ann Advertiser, printers, publishers, booksellers 
and stationers, 108, 110 and 193 Main (see p. 287) 
— " Procter Carrie A. Miss, saleswoman, 170 Main, boards 69 

Western avenue 
Procter Charles, furniture, 125 Main, h. 54 Western av. 
Procter Charles A. clerk, 102 Main, house 6 Mason 
Procter Denmark, house 27 Elm 
Procter Edwin W. died Feb. 10, 1884 
Procter Eliza A. widow, house 67 Western avenue 
Procter Francis (Procter Bros.), 108, 110 and 193 Main, 

house 16 Procter, cor. School 
.Procter Frank R. manager, " Old Corner " Bookstore, 108 

Main, house 2 Middle 
Procter George H. (Procter Bros.), 108 and 193 Main, 

house 29 Summer 
Procter George H. pastor, Universalist Church at Lanes- 

ville, house 804 Washington 
- — Procter John, carpenter, house 55 Mansfield 
-Procter John J. sailmaker, house 31 Sargent 
Procter John P. house 69 Western avenue 
Procter Joseph A. farmer, house 25 Poplar 
Procter Joseph 0. pres. First National Bank, h. 83 Middle 
__.,Procter Joseph 0. jr. fishing, 51 Commercial, h. 8 Hovey 
Procter Laura E. widow of Edwin W. house 113 Wash. 
Procter Lizzie, compositor, 110 Main, boards 25 Poplar 
Procter Mary P. Miss, compositor, Cape Ann Bulletin, bds. 

25 Poplar 
Procter Nehemiah, captain, steamer "Chaffee, " h.ll Church 
Procter William A. manager, Cape Ann News Co. 193 

Main, house 4 Conant avenue 
Procter William G. 51 Commercial, boards 11 Church 
Proctor Francis P. removed to Stewarton, N.B. 
Proctor George A. carpenter, house 25 Exchange 
Proctor George W. milkman, house 305 Essex av. W. G. 
Proctor Henry B. farmer, house 271 Essex avenue, W G. 
Proctor Humphrey B. farmer, house 283 Essex av. W. G. 
Proctor H. Woodbury, farmer, house 23 Concord, W. G. 
Proctor Ida M. Miss, teacher, Point grammar, boards H. B. 

Proctor's, West Gloucester 
Proctor Isaac J. farmer, house 34 Atlantic, W. Gloucester 
Proctor James, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Proctor Joseph, farmer, house 185 Concord, W. Gloucester 
Proctor J. H. M. farmer, boards Joseph Proctor's, W. G. 
Proctor Wilbur F. farmer, house 256 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Proctor William, farmer, house 305 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Publicover Charles, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Publicover David, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Publicover Eunice C. widow, house 24 Haskell 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 151 

Publicover Henry H. fisherman, boards 24 Haskell 

Publicover James, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 

Publicover John, lost at sea 

Publicover Louis, fisherman, boards 26 Main 

Publicover Mary, widow of John, house 16 Gould court 

Publicover William S. boards 24 Haskell 

Pulcifer Alden, painter, boards 27 Addison 

Pulcifer Betsey, widow, house 274 Washington 

Pulcifer Daniel Mrs. house 190 Washington 

Pulcifer Daniel, farmer, h. 168 Washington [30 Elm 

Pulcifer Epes P. janitor, First National Bank building, h. 

Pulcifer George H. florist, 208 Washington, house do. 

Pulcifer John A. keeper of Alms House, house do. 

Pulcifer Louis B. clerk (Boston), boards 31 Leonard 

Pulcifer Obed, carpenter, house 27 Addison 

Pulcifer Percy L. painter, boards 5 Orchard 

Pulcifer Thomas L. Mrs. house 31 Leonard 

Pulcifer William Mrs. house 2.7 Addison 

Pulcifer William H. net maker, house 37 Eastern avenue 

Pulcifer William H. carpenter, boards 241 Main 

* Purdy Charles W. & Bro. (J. A.), riggers, 5 Rogers, house 
27 Essex avenue 
Purdy James A. (G. W. Purdy & Bro.), h. 10 Bellevue av. 
Purdy Joseph, pressman, 151 Main, boards Belmont Hotel 
Purington James, house Magnolia avenue, cor. Fuller 
Purle William E. saloon, 65 and 67 Main, house do. 

. Pushee William, carpenter, house 30 Prospect 

Putney Freeman, principal, Collins school, house 6 Foster 
Pyle William, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 

QUART OSCAR, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Quigley Martin, fisherman, house 43 Washington 

Quimby Sumner F. physician, 21 Pleasant, house do. 

Quinn Bridget, widow, house 7 Mason court 

Quinn George W. house 666 Washington 

Quinn John, fisherman, boards 15 Eastern avenue 

Quinn Thomas, fisherman, boards 22 Locust 

Quint Thomas, quarryman, house 22 Butman avenue 

RACE JOHN, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Rackham George W. removed to Boston 
Racklifif Amos N. fisherman, house 7 Fremont 
Rackliff William, house 7 Rackliffe 
Radcliffe Daniel, rigger, house 12 Sadler 
Radcliffe George H. mason, house 9 Liberty 
Radcliffe John I. fisherman, house 19 Trask 
Radcliffe Winfield S. fisherman, boards 10 Hammond 
Raher Catharine, widow, boards 7 Cedar 
Ramsey Charles, sailinaker, house 8 Fremont 



152 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

-Ramsey George F. apothecary, 189 East Main, boards 129 
Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Randall Frank A. clerk, 2 Main, house 70 Washington 
Randall George W. shoemaker, 242 East Main, house do. 
Randall Margaret Mrs. house 7 Traverse 
Randolph Arthur, fisherman, boards 11 Prospect 
Rankin Everett, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
Rankin John, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Rankin Robert, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Ray John, cigar maker, boards 46 Main 
Raymond David, fisherman, house 8 Gould court 
Raymond Emily W. S. Mrs. housekeeper, 19 Liberty 
Raymond Timothy D. house 63 Washington 
Rayner William E. house 75 Leonard 
Reardon Lawrence, lost at sea, April 1, 1883 
Reardon Margaret, widow, house 45 Washington 
Reblin William, confectioner, house 142 Prospect 
Redden Harry, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Reddy Martin, fisherman, boards 43 Washington 
Redmond Frank, fisherman, house 4 Willow 
Reed Abigail, widow, house 357 Washington [st.,W.G. 
Reed Arthur E, (Rust & Reed), Essex av., house Walker 
Reed Bainbridge, died May 1, 1883 
Reed Benjamin R. fisherman, boards 174 East Main 
Reed Betsey A. widow, house 174 East Main 
Reed {Charles A.) & Gamage ( G. H.), fisheries, 217 East 

Main, house 174 do. 
Reed Edward, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Reed Francis, paving cutter, house 5 High 
Reed George M. fisherman, house 42 Maplewood avenue 
Reed Henry C. fisherman, house 62 Western avenue 
Reed James, foreman, Cape Ann Granite Co., h. 25 Quarry 
Reed James F. fisherman, house 13 Tremont 
Reed James P. fisherman, boards 13 Tremont 
Reed John C. policeman, house 206 Essex avenue, W. G. 

Heed Llewellyn, teamster, C. H. Boynton's, h. 4 Grove 
Reed Thomas, quarryman, house 4 Young avenue 
Reed Thomas E. boards 174 East Main 
Reed Washington, house 292 Main 
Reed William, boards Smith's Hotel 
Reese Francis, boards 195 Eastern avenue 
Reese Thomas, fisherman, house 47 Washington 
Reeves Rebecca R. widow of Henry C. house 13 Beacon 
Refuse Rufus, fisherman, boards 26 Main [Prospect 

Regan Charles W. asst. pastor St. Anne's Church, h. 60 
Reid George G. cooper, house 15 Millett 

REILLY WILLIAM H. concert saloon, 18 Commer- 
cial ; also proprietor Central House, 217 Main, h. 
do. (see page 279) 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 153 

Remby Collin, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Remby John, restaurant, 81 Washington, house 33 Granite 
- — Remby John, jr. apothecary, 55 Washington, house 92 do. 
Remby William, house 5 Eastern avenue 
Reno Peter, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Renshaw Thomas A. hairdresser, 4 Duncan, h. 33 School 

RENTON THOMAS, stoves, etc. 181 East Main, house 
164 and rear 322 do. (see page 273) 
Revelle Peter, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
- Revitt George E. music teacher, house 64 Middle 
Reynolds Charles G. house 9 Ivy court 
Reynolds C. Ansil, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Reynolds Mary A. widow, house rear 134 Prospect 
Reynolds Samuel, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Reynolds Samuel, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
^ Reynolds William, carpenter, house 19 Allen 
Rhodes Charles, removed to Boston 
Rhynard Uriah, fisherman, house 8 Prospect 
Eice George F. laborer, boards 48 Park 
Rice Joseph, fisherman, house 48 Park 
Rice Michael, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Rice Robert, fisherman, house 58 Eastern avenue 
Rice Stillman (Parmenfer, Rice, & Co.), Battery wharf, 

107 Duncan, house 35 Summer, cor. Hovey 
Rich Albert, fisherman, house 8 Hawthorne 
Rich Charles W. clerk, 24 Main, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Rich George H. fisherman, house 22 Perkins 
Rich George H. hairdresser, boards S. D. Rich's 
Rich Hiram, cashier, Cape Ann National Bank, 156 Main, 

house 67 Western avenue 
Rich Reuben, house 9 Harmony square 
Rich Sargent D. saloon, 27 Duncan, h. 140 Western av. 
p — Rich Stephen, grocer, 110 Washington, house 1 Exchange 
Richards John, hairdresser, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Richards John H. (Bradstreet & Richards), 52 Main, house 

rear 102 Washington 
Richards William C. cooper, house 9 Harmony square 
Richardson Anson M. teacher, b. Jesper Richardson's, W.G. 
Richardson Charles H. machinist, 104 Wash'n, h. 16 Wells 
Richardson Clarence E. express agent, h. 4 Concord, W. G. 
Richardson Edward C. summer res., Norman av., Magnolia 
Richardson Edward F. machinist, house 15 Bridge 
Richardson James C. clerk, 136 Main, boards 10 Federal 
Richardson Jas. H. boots and shoes, 136 Main, h. 10 Federal 
Richardson Jesper, grocer, 210 Essex av., h. 212 do. W. G. 
Richardson John, fisherman, boards 2 Pine 

RICHARDSON NATHAN, machinist, 104 Washing- 
ton, near the R.R., house 14 Wells (see outside 
front cover) 
11 



154 GLOUCESTER DIRECTQRY. 

Richardson Nathan, jr. machinist, boards 14 Wells 

Richardson Peter, fisherman, boards 293 Main 

Richardson William R. fisherman, house 5 Norwood court 

Ricker Clifford, removed to Woburn 

Ricker Richard W. stonecutter, house 6 Bay View place 

Ricker Roscoe E. stonecutter, house 121 Leonard 

Rickhorn Augustus, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

Rider William H. Rev. pastor Universalist Church, house 

77 Western avenue 
Riggs Aaron, fisherman, house 443 Washington 
Riggs Abraham, farmer, house 463 Washington 
Riggs Ann Miss, boards T. S. Poole's, Holly street 
Riggs Benjamin F. boards 35 Gee avenue 
Riggs Charles E. fisherman, house 38 Sargent 
Riggs Eibridge, boards Holly street 
Riggs Experience M. Miss, boards 462 Washington 
■Riggs Fitz B. baker, house 1 Trask 
Riggs Fitz E. house 32 Summer 
Riggs Fitz E. jr. house 32 Summer 
Riggs Francis P. clerk, A. B. Bray's, house 2 Shepherd 
Riggs George B. farmer, boards 48 Dennison 
Riggs George E. hostler, house 35 Magnolia avenue 
Riggs James, laborer, house 27 Gee avenue 
Riggs James, jr. fisherman, house 9 Gee avenue 
Riggs John, farmer, house 48 Dennison 
Riggs Jonathan H. house Walker court, W. G. 
Riggs Joshua, farmer, house 463 Washington 
Riggs Joshua, fisherman, house Holly street 
Riggs Joshua M. fisherman, house 12 Story 
Riggs Justine A. compositor, Procter Bros. b. 2 Shepherd 
Riggs Mary J. widow, house 316 Washington 
Riggs Moses, fisherman, house 368 Washington 
Riggs William, farmer, house 463 Washington 
Riggs William H. fisherman, house 35 Gee avenue 
Riley Alfred W. mariner, house 7 Langsford 
Riley Catharine Mrs. house 55 Leonard 
Riley Catharine, widow, house 145 East Main 
Riley John F. laborer, boards Mt. Vernon, near Elwell 
Riley John M. shoemaker, 128 Duncan, boards 43 School 
Riley Julia, widow, house 4 Tucker 
Riley Mary, widow, house Mt. Vernon, near Elwell 
Riley Mary, widow, house 43 School 
Riley Philip, house 217 Main 
Riley Richard P. laborer, boards 43 School 
Riley Robert, fisherman, house 19 Mansfield 
Riley William, fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 
Riley William, quarryman, house Quarry street 
Riley William H. tinsmith, 221 Main, boards at Rockport 
Riley, see also Reilly 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 155 

Ring E. P. & Son (E. P. Ring), boots and shoes, 128 Main 
Ring Edward P. (E. P. Ring & Son), 128 Main, house 44 

Middle 
Ring Eliza G. Mrs. house 19 School 
Riordan Michael A. fisherman, boards 385 Main 
Risser William, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Rittal Frank, watchman, house 133 Washington 
Rittal Sanford, gardener, house 107 Magnolia avenue 
Roach Daniel, stonecutter, boards 87 High 
Roach Frederick, died March 3, 1884 
Roach John, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 
Roach Patrick, fisherman, house 19 Sargent 
Roach William, grocer, 13 Cedar, house 11 Willow 
Roach, see also Roche 
Roark Thomas, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Robb Henry, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Robbins Henry B. fisherman, house 20 Friend 
Robbins Joseph, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Robbins Joshua C. fisherman, house 433 Main 
Roberts Aaron, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Roberts Alexander, died June 25, 1883 
Roberts Azor H. B. at glue works, h. 402 Essex av., W. G. 
Roberts Charles E. at glue works, b. 402 Essex av., W. G. 
Roberts Charles T. policeman, house 44 School 
Roberts Delaney, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Roberts Ezra, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Roberts Frederick, netmaker, house 124 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Roberts George, laborer, house Rocky Neck avenue, near 

ferry landing 
Roberts George Howard, removed to Portland, Me. 
Roberts George W. mariner, house 1 Andrews 
Roberts Gilman, freighter, house 834 Washington 
Roberts Henry, blacksmith, boards J. R. Andrews', W. G. 
Roberts Henry H. prop. Sea View House, 29 Magnolia av. 
Roberts Henry T. house 10 Clarendon 
Roberts Howard, fish dealer, house 857 Washington 
Roberts James, fisherman, boards 39 Middle 
Roberts John B. tailor, 145 Main, boards Belmont House 
Roberts John L. carpenter, house 4 Oak 
Roberts John L. jr. clerk, 138 Prospect, boards 4 Oak 
Roberts John W. blacksmith, house 936 Washington 
Roberts Joshua, farmer, house 402 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Roberts Joshua E. house 461 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Roberts Olive R. S. widow, house 1 Andrews 
Roberts Peter, fisherman, house 22 Millett 
Roberts William H. carpenter, house 275 Essex av., W. G. 
Robertson James, stonecutter, house 30 Quarry 
Robertson Robert, gilder, 190 Main, boards 46 do. 
Robinson Allan, died October 4, 1883 



156 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Robinson Allen B. fisherman, boards 720 Washington 
Robinson Benjamin & Co. fish oils, foot Norwood court, 

house 41 Chapel [41 Chapel 

Robinson B. Oscar, bookkeeper, foot Norwood court, bds. 
Robinson Charles W. house 92 Eastern avenue 
Robinson Daniel, house 720 Washington 
Robinson Daniel A. fisherman, house 9 Albion court 
Robinson David I. (Atlantic Halibut Co.), Atlantic wharf, 

house 77 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Robinson Edward, baker, boards 5 Beacon 
Robinson Edwin M. fisherman, house 16 Vincent 
Robinson Ernest, laborer, house 4 Parker court 
Robinson Ferdinand, house 15 Sayward 
Robinson Frank, shipsmith, foot of Rowe square (East), 

house 10 Rowe square (West) 
Robinson George, hostler, boards 241 Main 
Robinson George B. hostler, D. W. Hilton's, house 40 

Mansfield 4 

Robinson George R. produce, boards 228 East Main 
Robinson Hastings, ledgeman, house Langsford street 
Robinson Hattie, widow, house 34 Grove 
Robinson Henry, sailmaker, house 10 Bond 
Robinson Henry C. died November 24, 1883 
Robinson Henry G. house 118 East Main 
Robinson James, fisherman, house 654 Washington 
Robinson John, house 14 Highland 
Robinson John J. laborer, house 9 Cross 
Robinson John J. jr., teamster, house 9 Cross 
Robinson Laura, widow of Wm. Henry, house 7 Taylor 
Robinson Maria L. widow of Wm. house 7 Union court 
Robinson Mary E. widow, house 2 Young avenue 
Robinson Otis C. painter, house 724 Washington 
Robinson Otto, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Robinson Rebecca, widow, house 6 Bond 
Robinson Rhoda S. widow, house 8 Grove 
Robinson Robert, fisherman, house 228 East Main 
Robinson Samuel, farmer, house 180 Eastern avenue 
Robinson Samuel, fisherman, boards 4 Parker court 
Robinson Thomas, hostler, at Webster House, boards do. 
Robinson William F. house 15 Hammond 
Robinson William H. job wagon, house 9 Cross 
Robinson William H. teamster, house 10 Forest 
Robinson William L. house 108 East Main 
Robinson William S. boards 228 East Main 
Robishaw John, laborer, house 13 Tremont 
Roche Patrick, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Roche, see also Roach 
Rockley Charles, removed to Bath, Me. 
Rodgers John, hairdresser, 243 Main, boards 33 Perkins 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 157 

Rodney James, fisherman, boards 41 Washington 
Rogers Albert H. seine repairer, boards 2 Perkins 
—-Rogers Allan (John G. Galef & Go.), 83 and 85 Main, bds. 
22 Pleasant 
Rogers Antoine, laborer, house 49 Perkins 
Rogers Augustus, laborer, boards 28 Willow 
Rogers A. E. 'Mrs. house 2 Perkins 
^•Rogers Charles, carpenter, house Prospect court 
Rogers Charles B. laborer, house 21 Dike 
Rogers Frank, laborer, house 47 Perkins 
Rogers Frank H. hack driver, boards 21 Dike 
Rogers George H. Mrs. house 21 Middle 
Rogers George S. master mariner, house 20 Oak 
Rogers Henry, painter, house 5 Mason court 
Rogers Horatio B. clerk, 118 Main, boards Webster House 
Rogers James M. tinsmith, house 10 Foster 
Rogers Jane, widow of John H. house 28 Willow 
Rogers John, fisherman, boards 209 Main 
Rogers John B. fisherman, house 21 Sadler 
Rogers John F. fisherman, boards 28 Willow 
Rogers John S. isinglass manuf. house 109 Prospect / 
Rogers John S. E. died Oct. 26, 1883 
Rogers John W. fisherman, house rear 47 Prospect 
Rogers Joseph, laborer, house 58 Mt. Vernon 
Rogers Joseph, fisherman, house 32 Perkins 
Rogers Joseph, fisherman, boards 1 Cedar 
Rogers Maria L. Miss, house 16 Middle 
Rogers Mary Miss, house 1 Cedar 
Rogers Mary, widow, house rear 38 Park 
Rogers Phebe, widow of Joseph F. house 48 Perkins 
Rogers Richard, fisherman, house 17 Mt. Vernon 
Rogers Robert P. Rev. house 31 Washington 
Rogers Samuel H. driver, house 68 Blynman avenue 
Rogers Sewell, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 
Rogers Thomas, quarryman, house 706 Washington 
Rogers William, fisherman, boards 11 Commercial court 
Rogers William F. fisherman, boards 8 Trask 
Roper John J. painter, house 68 Prospect 

— — Roper John J. jr. police, house 72 Washington 

- — Roper Walter H. house 2 Summit 

Rose Anthony, fisherman, boards 10 Cross 
Rose Emilio, fisherman, house 27J Perkins 
Rose Joanna, widow, house 16 Sargent 
Rose Joseph, fisherman, house 30 Perkins 
Rose Joseph, fisherman, house 23 Shepherd 
Rose Joseph, house rear 350 Main 
Rose Joseph A. fisherman, house 8 Sadler 
Rose Manuel G. fisherman, house 6 Mt. Vernon 
Rose Manuel P. fisherman, house 20 Webster 



158 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Rose Manuel S. fisherman, house 66 Friend 

Rose Thomas, fisherman, house 22 Tremont 

Ross Charles P. farmer, boards 7 Andrews court W. G. 

Ross Ennis, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Ross James, fisherman, boards 321 Main 

Ross Moses, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Ross Susan, widow of George, house 7 Andrews ct., W. G. 

Ross William H. quarryman, h. Bray st., W. Gloucester 

Ross William T. fisherman, boards 48 School 

Rossiter James, fisherman, house 9 Prospect [E. G. 

Rousmaniere J. Louis (Boston), summer res. Beach av., 

Rounds Samuel, fisherman, boards Duncan, cor. Rogers 

Rowe Albert, fisherman, boards 7 Foster 

Rowe Andrew J. & Son (A. H. Rowe), stable, 1 Middle, 

and Norman av., Magnolia, house 11 Angle 
Rowe Arthur E. sailmaker, 33 Wharf, h. 1 0£-Wask in gten 
Rowe Arthur H. (A. J. Rowe & Son), boards 11 Angle 
Rowe Augustus G. clerk, 150 Main, boards 7 Foster 
Rowe Bertha E. widow of Daniel, house rear 350 Main 
Rowe Charles, fisherman, house 9 Hawthorne 
Rowe Charles B. clerk, 159 Main, boards 44 Mt. Vernon 
Rowe Charles E. fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
Rowe Daniel, laborer, house rear 350 Main 
Rowe Daniel, laborer, house 37 Gee avenue 
Rowe Delia A. widow of Thomas J. house 17 Hammond 
Rowe Edward, fisherman, house 18 Sargent 

ROWE EDWARD L. sailmaker, 33 Wharf st. foot of 
Water, house 248 Main (see page 268) 
Rowe Elizabeth Miss, house 53 East Main 
Rowe Esther A. widow, house 44 Mt. Vernon 
Rowe Frank W. painter, boards 17 Hammond 
Rowe Frederick, clerk, 81 Main, ''boards 14 Chestnut 
Rowe Frederick N. died November 23, 1882 
Rowe George H. clerk, Duncan, cor. Rogers, bds. 35 Elm 
Rowe George T. fisherman, house 128 East Main 
Rowe Hannah, widow, house 20 East Main 
Rowe James, fisherman, house 22 East Main 
Rowe John, died March 21, 1883 
Rowe John J. laborer, house 7 Foster 
Rowe John J. 2d, cooper, house 44 Mt. Vernon 
Rowe John T. hairdresser, 201 East Main, house 128 do. 
Rowe John W. clerk, 117 Main, house 111 Washington 
Rowe John W. fisherman, house 12 Cross 
Rowe (Joseph) & Jordan (William H.) t fisheries, Rowe sq. 
(East), house 17 Chestnut 

ROWE JOSEPH H. oiled clothing manufacturer, 
Rogers, cor. Duncan, h. 35 Elm (see back cover) 
Rowe Lancelot, painter, house 36 Witham 
Rowe Lewis, ship carpenter, house 108 East Main 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 159 

Rowe'Lewis, jr. clerk, 9 Montgomery pi. h. 108 E. Main 
Rowe Mary A. Mrs. died June 13, 1884 
Rowe Nelson, fisherman, boards 36 Witham 
Rowe Rachel S. widow, house 35 Elm 
Rowe Rhoda B. widow of John, house 102 East Main 
Rowe Samuel T. laborer, house 13 Procter 
Rowe Solomon, fisherman, house 9 Herrick court 
Rowe Solomon A. fisherman, house 7 Herrick court 
Rowe Thomas J. house 9 Hawthorne 
Rowe Timothy S. laborer, house 245 Main 
Rowe Wallace, fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
Rowe Walter, fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
•Rowe Walter L. house 29 Chestnut 
Eowe Walter M. died Feb. 18, 1884 
Eowe William, sailmaker, house 10 Prospect court 
Rowe William 3d, lobsters, Dennis wharf, h. 24 Hammond 
Rowe William H. house 540 Washington 
-Rowe William H. jr. hairdresser, 42 Main, house 7 Taylor 
Rowley Charles, gardener at A. H. Wonson's, boards do. 
Rowley William, stone hammer, house 813 Washington 
Rowley William, jr. clerk, 810 Washington, boards 813 do. 
Royal Edward, fisherman, house 397 Main 
Roye John, fisherman, house 2 Sargent 
Rush Patrick J. machine operator, house 25 Mansfield 
Euss Rachel, widow, boards 11 Allen 
Russ Sylvester, driver, house 16 Allen 
Russell Charles A. lawyer, 111 Main, boards 3 Granite 
Russell John T. lamp lighter, house Highland place 
Russell Joseph, laborer, house 28 Willow 
Russell Michael, fisherman, house 20 Gould court 
Rust Abby, widow, house 10 Lewis court 
-Rust A. Herman, clerk, house 2 Maple 
Rust Betsey, widow, house 22 Sargent 
Rust Elbridge D. fisherman, boards 177 Western avenue 
Rust Frank B. grocer, 84 Washington, boards 2 Oak 
.Rust George P. fish, Boynton's wharf, house 23 Elm 
Rust George W. died April, 1883 
Rust Isaac, farmer, house 14 Laurel, West Gloucester 
Rust John H. fisherman, boards 177 Western avenue 
Rust Michael, laborer, boards 22 Sargent [nolia 

Rust Nathaniel J. summer residence, Lexington av., Mag- 
Rust Samuel, house 177 Western avenue 
Rust William, farmer, house 14 Laurel, West Gloucester 
Rust William B. painter, house 15 Addison [h. do.,W. G. 
Rust ( William H. R.) & Reed (A. E.), grocers, Essex av. 
Rust William J. farmer, house 30 Bray, W. G. 
Rust William P. provisions, 47 Duncan, house 2 Oak 
Ruth Charles, fisherman, boards 4 Staten 
Ruth Joseph B. fisherman, house 23 Perkins 



160 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Ruth Margaret, widow, house 4 Staten 

Ruth William H. fisherman, boards 4 Staten 

Ruxton James, tinsmith, boards 4 Orchard 

Ruxton Mary, widow, house 4 Orchard 

Ryan xinna, widow, house 12 Main 

Ryan Dennis, teamster, house 134 Prospect 

Ryan Edward, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 

Ryan Ellen, widow of James, house 16 Cedar 

Ryan James, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 

Ryan James, of 50 Park, lost at sea 

Ryan John, fisherman, boards 385 Main 

Ryan John, fisherman, house 3 Addison 

Ryan John, laborer, house 45 East Main 

Ryan Joseph, fisherman, house 17 Locust 

Ryan Mary, widow, house 17 Perkins 

Ryan Matthew, fishermn, boards 7 Short 

Ryan Michael, fisherman, house 16 Elwell 

Ryan Michael, fisherman, boards* 7 Short 

Ryan Michael, teamster, boards 77 Perkins 

Ryan Patrick, fisherman, boards 12 Main 

Ryan Patrick, fisherman, boards 63 Prospect 

Ryan Patrick, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Ryan Retta S. Miss, compositor, 110 Main, b. 45 E. Main 

Ryan Timothy, fisherman, house 16 Sadler 

Ryan Timothy, fisherman, boards 336 Main 

Ryan (William) & Burgeson (William), fish, Fort wharf, 

house 2 Fort square 
Ryder Albert, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Ryder Marietta Mrs. house 6 Albion court 
Ryder, see also Rider 

SABIN JAMES, laborer, house 19 Rackliffe 

Sadler James, fisherman, boards 46 Park 

Sadler William, fisherman, boards 336 Main 

Safford Frank, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

Sampson Henry A. lost at sea 

Sampson Joseph, fisherman, house 80 Washington 

Samuels Alfred, fisherman, house 7 Davis 

Sanborn Charles L. with J. B. Thomas, b. Webster House 

Sanborn Edwin, teamster, house 12 Taylor 

Sanborn George, stoves, 123 Main, house 1 Prospect fy/fa} \PT 

Sanborn George A. sailmaker, house 154 Western avenue 

Sanborn Joseph E. fishworker, house rear 114 Washington 

Sanborn Joshua S. house 19 Washington 

Sanborn Lafayette W. laborer, gas works, h. 4 Exchange 

Sanborn Richard, house 130 Magnolia avenue 

Sanborn Webster, boards 19 Washington [839 do. 

Sanders Joseph (Duslin & Sanders), 826 Washington, h. 

Sanderson John, boards 15 Eastern avenue 






GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 161 

Sanford Horatio F. house 49 Middle 
Sanford Horatio G. house 49 Middle 
Sanger George J. Rev. pastor, West Gloucester Universa- 

list Church, house at Essex 
Sants John, fisherman, boards 8 Elwell court 
Sants Manuel, fisherman, boards 8 Elwell court 
Sargent Alexander, jr. removed to Foxboro' 

. Sargent Alonzo, carpenter, house 8 Beacon 

Sargent Alphonso, agent, Cape Ann Granite Co.'s store, 

house 6 Quarry- 
Sargent Ambrose, 7 Wharf, house 12 Hodgkins 
Sargent Ambrose G. died Feb. 4, 1884 
Sargent Andrew, shoemaker, 7 North Kilby, house 5 do. 
Sargent Asa E. farmer, house 419 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Sargent Calvin, stonecutter and assessor, h. 608 Wash. 
Sargent Charles W. painter, house 11 Beacon 
Sargent Cyrus L. stonecutter, house 75 Langsford 
Sargent Daniel, laborer, house 67 Friend 
' Sargent David A. dyer, boards 9 Beacon 
Sargent Eliza, widow, house 726 Washington 
Sargent George, fisherman, house 726 Washington 
Sargent George, 2d, fisherman, house 2 Hickory 
Sargent George D. removed to Charlestown 

wL. Sargent Henry P. sailmaker, house 18 Beacon 

Sargent Herbert K. clerk, 681 Washington, b. 16 N. Kilby 

Sargent Jesse W. removed to Maiden 

Sargent John, fisherman, house 846 Washington 

Sargent John J. shoemaker, 68 Washington, h. 4 Tucker 

Sargent Laura Mrs. house 5 Commercial 

Sargent Lizzie A. Miss, house 16 North Kilby 

Sargent Mary Mrs. house 18 Revere 

Sargent Solomon, carpenter, house 9 Beacon 

Sargent Susan, widow, house 22 East Main 

Sargent Wentworth R. stonecutter, h. 717 Washington 

Sargent William H. house 848 Washington 

Sargent William W. Mrs. widow, house 45 Leonard 

Saunders Albert, ice dealer, house 806 Washington 

Saunders Andrew, fisherman, house 3 Williams court 

Saunders Belle G. Miss, teacher, boards 864 Washington 

Saunders Benjamin F. fisherman, boards 973 Washington 

Saunders Charles, carpenter, house rear 19 Dike 

Saunders Charles D. fisherman, boards rear 19 Dike 

Saunders Christian, fisherman, house 60 Perkins 

Saunders Daniel, fisherman, house 33 Perkins 

Saunders Daniel D. druggist, 68 Main 

Saunders D. Henry, clerk, 92 Main, boards 6 Winter 

Saunders Edward, fisherman, boards 22 Washington 

Saunders Elizabeth, widow of Reuben, h. 839 Washington 

^ Saunders Ellen M. widow, house 8 Staten 



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162 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Saunders Emerson L. clerk, 2 Andrews, house 4 Langsford 
Saunders Emma Mrs. teacher, Collins school, h. 6 Winter 
Saunders George E. surfman, house 819 Washington 
Saunders Henry, fisherman, house 973 Washington 
Saunders Isaac E. teamster, boards 22 Washington 
Saunders John, fisherman, house 65 Perkins 
Saunders Joseph, fisherman, house 57 Perkins 
Saunders Joseph W. house 864 Washington 
Saunders Leonard J. fisherman, house 20 Langsford 
Saunders Levi, physician, house 827 Washington 
Saunders Lewis, house Saunders court 
Saunders Lewis E. fisherman, boards Saunders court 
Saunders Louis, confectioner, 36 Wash. bds. rear 19 Dike 
Saunders Nathaniel, fisherman, house 4 Bridge 
Saunders Nellie L. Miss, teacher, Lane school, b. 827 Wash. 
Saunders Rachel, widow, house 22 Washington 
Saunders Roscoe, clerk, 288 Main, boards 8 Staten 
Saunders Simeon, fisherman, houlse 860 Washington 
Saunders William, mariner, house 833 Washington 
Saunders Wm. L. boots and shoes, 845 Washington, h. do. 
Savage Margaret, widow of Thomas, house 9 Cedar 
Saville, Charles, bookkeeper, N. E. Fish Co. bds. 258 Main 
—Saville Charles C. (Page & Saville), 76 Main, h. 37 Granite 
Saville (Edward E.) & Co. produce, 165 Main, h. 16 Beacon 
Saville Fitz E. Mrs. house 9 Angle 
Saville Lizzie D. music teacher, 17 Elm, boards do. 
Saville Mary P. widow of George, house 17 Elm 
Saville Mary S. widow, house 37 Granite 
Saville Norman, driver, Page & Saville's Exp. h. 55 Middle 
Saville S. Oliver, clerk, 141 Main, boards 37 Granite 
Sawyer Aaron J. laborer, house 9 Plum 
Sawyer Carrie Miss, teacher of drawing, boards 9 Addison 
Sawyer Charles, laborer, boards 2 Ivy court 
Sawyer Charles Mrs. house 37 Beacon 
Sawyer Charles A. master mariner, house 37 Beacon 
Sawyer David, fisherman, house 166 East Main 
Sawyer Free Library, 88 Middle, corner Dale avenue 
Sawyer George, captain, house 299 Western avenue 
Sawyer George, driver, boards 268 Main 
Sawyer George W. teamster, boards 166 East Main 
Sawyer James, sparmaker, house 9 Addison 
Sawyer John F. hostler, boards 2 Ivy court 
Sawyer Philip, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 
Sawyer Robert, coach driver, boards 166 East Main 
Sawyer Robert S. laborer, house 2 Ivy court 
Sawyer Samuel E. merchant, house 256 Western avenue 
Sawyer Thomas D. fisherman, house 42 Eastern avenue 
Sawyer William H. fisherman, boards 166 East Main 






GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 163 

Say ward Brothers (Epes, jr. and George), fisheries, Say- 
ward's wharf, 65 East Main 
Say ward Charles E. house 56 East Main 
Say ward Daniel, died May 8, 1883 
Say ward Eliza S. Mrs. house 40 Pleasant 
Sayward Epes, house 59 East Main 
Say ward Epes, jr. (Sayward Brothers), Sayward's wharf, 

house 54 East Main 
Sayward George (Sayward Brothers), Sayward's whf. house 

81 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Sayward Horace, clerk, boards 59 East Main 
Sayward Joseph, house 21 Mason 
Sayward Joseph II. clerk, boards 21 Mason 
Scamman George E. teamster, house 7 Hammond 
Scamman John, carriagemaker, house 127 Prospect 
Scamman Stillman G. wheelwright, Parsons st. h. 30 Pine 
Scanlan Alexander, lost at sea, November, 1883 
Scanlan Caroline, widow, house 18 Pearl 
Schoff Ellen M. widow, house 4 Highland 
Schrader Obed, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Schreider John, laborer, house 19 Shepherd 
Schroder Max, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Scofield Anthony, fisherman, house 60 Washington 
Scott Andrew, fisherman, boards 10 Pearl 
Scott Charles, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Scott Charles I. clerk, 140 Main, boards do. 
Scott Charles S. removed to Salem 
Scott George W. laborer, house 9 Trask 
Scott Hugh, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Scott James, clerk, 55 Main, boards 32 Orchard 
Scott John, fisherman, house 6 Procter 
Scott Thomas, fish skinner, house Mt. Vernon, near Elwell 
Scott Thomas, master mariner, house 3 Blynman avenue 
Seabury Ovid A. removed to Boston 
Seals Thomas A. rigger, house 56 Grove 
Searles William, stonecutter, house 51 Friend 
Searles William, jr. laborer, house 15 Perkins 
Sears Bridget, widow, house 4 Sargent 
Sears Isaac, removed to Beverly 
Seaton Mary, widow of William, house 48 High 
Seaver James T. bookkeeper, Geo. Perkins & Son's, house 

23 Mason 
Seavy Josiah T. carpenter, house 422 Washington 
Seelye Frank, fisherman, boards 5 Beach court 
Seelye Hartwell M. master mariner, boards 10 Short 
Selff John, fisherman, house 7 Acacia 
Selff Laura E. saleswoman, 53 Main, boards 7 Acacia 
Selff Mary, widow, house 7 Acacia 
Selff Warren A. clerk, 23 Main, boards 7 Acacia 



164 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Selig Thomas, platform scales, 111 Duncan 

Selmer Louis C. boards 4 Commercial court 

Selmer William, fisherman, house 4 Commercial court 

Semple John R. house 8 Fremont 

Severance Frank G. carpenter, 5 Montgomery place, house 

10 Hammond 
Shackelford Austin, hostler, boards 146 Western avenue 
Shackelford George, teamster, house 23 Beacon 
Shackelford Melvin E. teamster, boards 241 Main 
Shackelford Sarah W. widow, house 23 Beacon 
Shackelford William, painter, house 6 Stage Fort avenue 
Shandear Peter, fisherman, house 21 Dike 
Shannahan John, fisherman, boards 54 Maplewood avenue 
Shannahan Patrick, fisherman, house 15 Shepherd 
Shattuck Sewall, photographer, 227 Main, house at Lowell 
Shaw Henry S. (Boston), summer residence Norman av. 
Shaw Mary C. Mrs. died December 1, 1883 
Shaw Sarah E. Mrs. boards 3 Blyhman avenue 
Shaw William, fisherman, boards 67 Commercial 
Shawno Mary J. widow, house 24 Gould court 
Shea Joseph, stonecutter, house 613 Washington 
Shea Michael, of 6 Porter, died September 4, 1882 
Shea Michael, jr. fisherman, house 385 Main 
Sheedy John, laborer, house Decatur street, E. Gloucester 
Sheedy Patrick, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Sheedy William, laborer, house Decatur street, E. G. 
Shehan Alexander, fisherman, boards 15 Willow 
Shehan Bernard, fisherman, house 51 Perkins 
Shehan Catharine, widow, house Emerald street 
Shehan John, fisherman, house 55 Fort square 
Shehan Joseph, laborer, house 74 Friend 
Shehan Sarah, widow, boards 17 Willow 
Shemelia Joseph P. fisherman, house 13 Tremont 
Shepherd Edward B. clerk, 138 Prospect, boards 11 Ivy ct. 
Shepherd Edward M. Mrs. house 11 Ivy court 
Shepherd George C. coachman, at E. Dale's, house 193 

Western avenue 
Shepherd George H. farmer, house 125 Eastern avenue 
Shepherd Harry, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Shepherd Joseph C. provisions, 118 Main, h. 1 Procter 
Shepherd Joseph L. provisions, 138 Prospect, h. 140 do. 
Sherburne Alice M. teacher, boards 37 Langsford 
Sherburne Ezra, stone hammerer, house 37 Langsford 
Sherburne Hosea H. stonecutter, house 63 Langsford 
Sherburne John F. tinsmith, boards 38 Mansfield 
Sherburne S. A. Mrs. prop. Ocean House, 14 Western av. 
Sherman Charles H. fisherman, house 32 Sargent 
Sherman James, fisherman, boards 19 Pearce 
Shields Thomas, fisherman, house 10 Howe 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 165 

Shivrie Alfred, fisherman, house 10 Smith 

Shivrie Edward, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Shivrie Stephen, fisherman, house 16 Webster 

Shivrie Stephen, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 

Shorey George E. painter, 257 Main, boards 38 Millett 

Shorey George W. painter, house 3& Millett 

Shorey Joseph H. clerk, 168 Main, boards 38 Millett 

~ Short John, died January 2, 1884 

Short Mary, widow of John, house 8 Prospect 

Shotlender David, fancy goods, 131J Main, h. 32 Granite 

Shrader, see Schrader 

Shrider, see Schreider 

Shrinert Hannah J. widow, house 41 Warner 

Shute Eliza H. teacher, boards 44 East Main 

Shute Frank H. bookkeeper, L. II. Merchant's, boards 44 

East Main 
Shute George, lost at sea, Nov. 11, 1883 
Shute Henry B. at Shute & Merchant's, h. 44 East Main 
HUTE {James L.) & MERCHANT (William T.\ 

fishery, head of the harbor, house 4 Commonwealth 

av. (see page 267) 
— Shute Lizzie A. Miss, dressmaker, 23| Church, b. 12 Procter 
Shute Mary A. widow of George, house 12 Howe 
Shute Samuel M. clerk, at Shute & Merchant's, boards 4 

Commonwealth avenue 
— -Shute William T. house 6 Commonwealth av. 

Sigsworth John E. fisherman, house 19 Eastern av. 

Silva Antoine, fisherman, house rear 16 Taylor 

Silva Antoine, mariner, house 33 Perkins 

Silva Augustus, fisherman, house 66 Friend 

Silva Charles, house 13 Elwell 

Silva Frank, fisherman, house 41 Mansfield 

Silva Frank, fisherman, house 5 Elwell 

Silva John, fisherman, house rear 47 Friend 

Silva John F. fisherman, house 56 Mt. Vernon 

Silva Joseph, laborer, house 22 Taylor 

Silva Joseph F. fisherman, house 15 Spring 

Silva Lorenzo, grocer, 41 Park, house do. 

Silva Manuel, fisherman, house 34 Perkins 

Silva Manuel, fisherman, house 70 Friend 

Silva Manuel, laborer, boards rear 100 Washington 

Silva Manuel D. clerk, 229 Main, house 7 Friend 

Silva Manuel F. fisherman, house 48 Perkins 

Silva Manuel J. shoemaker, 8 Shepherd, house do. 

Silva Manuel P. fisherman, house 57 Friend 

Silva Mary, widow, house 6 Mt. Vernon 

Silva Olinda Mrs. house 30 Perkins 

Silva Rose, widow, house 47 Friend 

Silva, see also Sylva 



166 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Silver Manuel S. painter, 141 Prospect, house 12 Sargent 
Silverthorne William, pastor, Bay View M. E. Church, 

house 714 Washington 
Simmons Dike, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Simmons John, fisherman, house 41 Webster 
Simmons Joseph, died February 5, 1884 
Simmons Manuel, sailmaker, house 47 Mt. Vernon 
Simmons Mary, widow of Joseph, house 6 Mt. Vernon 
Simmons Sarah, widow, house 2 Fort square 
Simms David M. rigger, house 142 Washington 
Simms James, rigger, Parkhurst's whf., house 53 Prospec 
Simms, see also Syms 

Simpson Annie A. Miss, dressmaker, boards 85 Middle 
Simpson Carrie Miss, organist, St. Anne's Church, boards 

25 Chestnut 
Simpson Edward, fisherman, boards 11 Shepherd 
Simpson Henry G. fisherman, house 15 Elm 
Simpson James T. fisherman, house 16 Marchant 

SIMPSON JOSEPH, net maker, Charles Parkhurst/s 
wharf, house 25 Chestnut (see page 269) i 

Simpson Rufus E. miller, house 324 Washington 
Sinclair Hector M. variety store, 39 Washington, h. do. 
Sinclair Peter, fisherman, house 9 Winchester court 
Sinclair Peter, jr. fisherman, boards 1 Wiley 
Singer Alice Mrs. house 104 East Main 
Singer Manufacturing Co., C. II. Fennimore, agent, sewing 

machines, 53 Main 
Skinner Charles, foreman, stone cutting department, Cape 

Ann Granite Co. house 6 Plum court 
Skinner George, fisherman, boards 5 Shepherd 
Skinner Henry, fisherman, house 50 Park 
Skinner James, fisherman, boards 6 Prospect 
Skinner Robert, fisherman, boards 10 Pearl 
Slattery Mary, widow, house 3 Shepherd 
Sleep Samuel T. mason, boards 803 Washington 
Sleep William, mason, house 803 Washington 
Sloane William, fisherman, house 16 Gould court 
Small Edward F. saloon, 14 Rogers, house do. 
Small Everett, fisherman, boards 43 Commercial 
Small George M. mason, house 36 School 
Small Isabella D. widow, house 36 School 
Small Walter H. B. painter, house 41 School 
Small William H. saloon, 15 Porter, house 13 do. 
Smalley Albert F. house 14 Friend 

Smalley Susan C. widow of Josiah, house 76 Eastern av. 
Smart George, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 
Smart John A. fisherman, boards 168 Washington 
Smith Albert, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Smith Annie, saleswoman, boards 294 Main 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 167 

Smith Arthur, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Smith Asa T. fisherman, boards 13 Wiley- 
Smith A. Everett, clerk, 18 Main, boards 28 Dale av. 
Smith Benj. A. clerk, 425 Main, boards 27 Friend 
Smith Benjamin W. driver, 1 Webster, house 7 do. 
Smith Benjamin W. jr. clerk, 1 Webster, boards 1 do. 
Smith Charles, clerk, boards Elm House 
Smith Charles, fisherman, house 23 Mt. Vernon 
Smith Charles, fruit peddler, house 11 Rowe sq. (East) 
Smith Charles, laborer, boards 10 Pearl 
Smith Charles, stonecutter and policeman, h. 2 Langsford 
Smith Charles C. stonecutter, house 8 Cove 
Smith Charles E. fisherman, house 38 Wharf 
Smith Charles J. fisherman, house 9 Middle 
Smith Charles T. master mariner, house 364 Main 
Smith Charles T. birds, etc. 22 Witham, house do. 
Smith Charles W. fisherman, house 34 Maplewood avenue 
Smith Charles W. fisherman, house 2 Sargent 
Smith Christopher L. mariner, boards 364 Main 
Smith Coleman, boards rear 4 Cross 
Smith Corinda C. widow, house 28 Dale avenue 
Smith Daniel, house 101 East Main 
Smith Daniel, house 40 Maplewood avenue 

SMITH DAVID B. fish and oils, 425 Main, house 27 
Friend (see page 267) 
Smith David B. fisherman, house 13 Wiley 
Smith D. Franklin, painter, boards 101 East Main 
Smith Edgar 0. fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Smith Edwin, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Smith Edwin, laborer, house 1 1 Park 
Smith Elijah, laborer, house 186 East Main 
Smith Elijah, blacksmith, house 856 Washington 
Smith Elma, fisherman, boards 11 Eastern avenue 
Smith Emery, fisherman, house 15 Plum 
Smith Enslow, grocer, 120 Duncan, h. 27 Blynman avenue 
Smith Ethan A. summer residence Beach avenue, E. G. 
Smith Frank F. clerk, 22 Vincent, boards 84 Prospect 
_Smith George A. blacksmith, 295 Main, h. 12 Marchant 
Smith George H. fisherman, house 16 Grove 

SMITH GEORGE L. proprietor Gloucester Hotel, Main, 
corner Washington (see page 279) 
Smith George N. fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 
Smith George N. fisherman, boards 186 East Main 
Smith George T. fishery, J. Friend's whf., h. 13 Chestnut 
Smith George W. sailmaker, 11 Howe, house 84 Prospect 
— - Smith Harvey C. traveling agent, house t£-£FWter /©*-m^wv*w< 
Smith Henry, fisherman, boards 42 Wharf 
Smith Henry, fisherman, boards 9 Middle 
Smith Henry 0. carpenter, boards 7 Webster 



168 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Smith Henry 0. jr., clerk, 18 Main, house 11 Allen 

Smith Henry R. water boat, house 1 Blake court 

Smith Hiram, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Smith Horace B. fisherman, boards 26 Main 

Smith Isaac A. clerk, Geo. Clark & Co.'s, h. 19 Liberty 

Smith James, blacksmith, boards 26 Fort square 

Smith James, driver, removed to Rockport 

Smith James, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Smith James, paving cutter, house 7 Albion court 

Smith James S. tinsmith, boards 21 Church 

Smith Jerome B. rigger, house 127 Prospect 

Smith Jerome V. fisherman, house 16 Wiley 

Smith Jerry R. engineer, boards 18 Mason 

Smith John, fisherman, boards 29 Pearce 

Smith John, fisherman, boards 4 Willow 

Smith John, painter, boards rear 100 Washington 

Smith John A. fisherman, house 76 East Main 

Smith John G. stone polisher, House 11 Albion court 

Smith John L. Mrs. house 336 Main 

Smith Joseph, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

Smith Joseph, master mariner, house 12 Warner 

Smith Joseph H. fisherman, house 13 Story 

Smith Joseph R. fisherman, boards 273 Main 

Smith J. Ranlet, physician, 18 Mason, house do. 

Smith Lawrence, fisherman, boards 4 Willow 

Smith Lydia H. widow, house 6 Curve 

SMITH L. E. stoves, furnaces, and plumbing, 221 
Main, house at Rockport (see page 273) 
Smith Malcolm, shoemaker, 7 Rogers, house 7 Cedar 
Smith Manuel, fisherman, house rear 100 Washington 
Smith Margaret, widow, house 4 Winchester court 
Smith Margaret, widow, house end of Blynman avenue 
Smith Oscar, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Smith Otis B. died Dec. 26, 1883 
Smith Peter W. mariner, boards 364 Main 
Smith Robert B. master mariner, house 9 Oak 
Smith R. J. boards Gloucester Hotel 
Smith Samuel, clerk, George Steele's, house 305 Main 
Smith Samuel P. clerk, Gloucester Ice Co., and grocer, 1 

Webster, house 3 do. i 

Smith Sarah E. widow, house 364 Main 
Smith Sewall W. fisherman, house 143 Prospect 
Smith Sidney, fisherman, house 99 East Main 
Smith Sidney, jr. fisherman, house 55 East Main 
Smith Sophia, widow, house 14 Columbia 
Smith Sylvanus & Co. (E. Archer Bradley), fisheries, 401 

Main, house 126 Prospect 
Smith Thomas, fisherman, boards 15 Short 
Smith Walter, engineer, house 264 East Main 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 169 

Smith Walter W. fisherman, boards 186 East Main 

Smith William, fisherman, house rear 15 School 

Smith William, fisherman, house 15 School 

Smith William, of 126 Prospect, died May 18, 1883 

Smith William A. B. clerk, 331 Main, h. 2 Winchester ct. 

Smith William B. fisherman, boards 364 Main 

Smith William H. carpenter, house 110 Magnolia avenue 

Smith William J. master mariner, house 14 Staten 

Smith William T. fisherman, house 5 Ivy court 

Smollett George, quarryman, house Colburn street 

^- Smothers Frank E. clerk, 76 Main, boards 5 Franklin sq. 
Smothers George 0. provisions, house 46 Warner 
Snow Henry F. laborer, house 26 Grove 
Snow Joseph, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Snow Sidney, laborer, house 186 East Main 
Snyder Henry, carpenter, boards 25 Park 
Somers George R. lost at sea 
Somers James, cooper, house 10 Howe 
Somes Benjamin F. died Jan. 25, 1883 
Somes Cordelia, Abby, and Sarah Misses, h. 23 Pleasant 
Somes Edward A. clerk, 38 Main, boards 67 Washington 
Somes George W. house 258 Main 
Somes John E. house 96 Middle 

^ Somes John J. city clerk, office City Hall, h. 80 Middle 
Somes Mary B. widow, house 81 Middle 
Somes Warren D. carpenter, boards 67 Washington 
Somes William, carpenter, house 67 Washington 
Sorbie Francis F. foreman, Gloucester Daily News, 23 Dun- 
can, boards 65 Rogers 
Sorenson Albert, fisherman, house 121 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Sorenson George, carpenter, house 10 Oak 
Soule Calvin, cooper, house 390 Main 
Sounier Archy, fisherman, boards 50 Friend 
Sounier Frank, stonecutter, boards 50 Friend 
Southard F. E. summer residence, Beach avenue, E. G. 
Souther Henry, summer res. Brightside av. cor. Beach av. 
Southgate Charles M. summer residence, Atlantic av. E.G. 
Spanks John, fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Spates Henry A. driver, house 102 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Spates Mary, widow, house 102 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Spaulding Austin A. music teacher, h. 7 Commonwealth av. 
Specht Augustus R. removed to Boston 

. — Specht Lavina Mrs. dressmaker, house 7 Sargent 

Spencer Warren W. agent, New York and China Tea Co. 

228 Main, house at Lynn 
Sperry Almon, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Sperry Elias, fisherman, boards 25 Park 
Sperry James, fisherman, boards 14 Addison 
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170 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Sperry John, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Sperry Stephen, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Spinney Benjamin H. fisheries, 83 E. Main, house 86 do. 
Spinney Emerson, fisherman, boards 10 Smith 
Spinney Emma H. Miss, cashier, 288 Main, b. 86 E. Main 
Spinney Frederick 0. cook, boards 25 Liberty 
Spinney Jonathan, laborer, house 86 East Main 
Spinney Leonard, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Spinney William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Spofford Emeline E. widow, house 20 Taylor 
Spolton Thomas, blacksmith, house 25 Quarry 
Sponagle Stephen, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Sprague Mary A. widow, house 5 Hickory 
Sprague Nathaniel, engineer, boards 124 Duncan 
Sprague Nathaniel, stonecutter, house 5 Hickory 
Springham Catharine, widow, house 16 Highland 
Springham John, fisherman, house 25 Chapel 
Springham William, laborer, boards 16 Highland 
Spurling William, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 
Stacey Benjamin K. Mrs. house 96 Prospect 
Stackpole Joseph Albert, clerk, 826 Wash, house 3 Cove 
Stacy Fannie K. Miss, assistant librarian, Sawyer Free Li- 
brary, boards 44 Middle 
Stacy Frederick L. house 17 Park 
Stacy George 0. manager, N. E. Telephone and Telegraph 

Co. 195 Main, boards 7 Angle 
Stacy James D. clothing, 168 Main, boards 44 Middle 
Stacy John C. (Samuel A. Stacy & Son), house 5 Orchard 
Stacy John H. house 44 Middle 
Stacy Samuel A. & Son (John G. Stacy), insurance agents, 

City National Bank bldg. opp. Post-office, h. 7 Angle 
Stanley James, fish skinner, boards 52 Perkins 
Stanley John, fisherman, house 52 Perkins 
Stanley John L. ( Wm. Parsons, 2d & Go.), 138 East Main, 

boards 61 Middle 
Stanley Joshua, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Stanley Philip, painter, house rear 15 Rackliffe 
Stanley Rufus, house 415 Western avenue 
Stanton Emeline Mrs. died June 17, 1884 
Stanwood Barnard, farmer, house 160 Washington 
Stanwood Daniel B. 90 Commercial, bds. 100 Washington 
Stanwood David W. house 456 Washington 
Stanwood Elizabeth, widow of Isaac, house 81 Prospect 
Stanwood Eugene, driver, bread wagon, h. 103 Wash. 
Stanwood Frank, 90 Commercial, boards 160 Washington 
Stanwood Frederick Y. painter, 42 Washington, b. 25 do. 
Stanwood George G. house 458 Washington 
Stanwood George G. jr. fisherman, house 14 Gee avenue 
Stanwood Henry, house 10 Stanwood 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 171 

Stanwood Henry G. laborer, house 408 Washington 
Stanwood Isaac E. (Allen & Stanwood), Walen's wharf, h. 

102 East Main 
Stanwood John E. boards 4 Union court 
Stanwood John J. laborer, house 4 Union court 
Stanwood {John J.) & Co. fishery, 90 Commercial, boards 

160 Washington 
Stanwood Merritt, fisherman, boards 10 Stanwood 
Stanwood Otis, carpenter, house 10 Stanwood 
Stanwood Sally Miss, house 10 Addison 
Stanwood Susan A. Mrs. h. Day court, n. Pernwood, W.G. 
Stanwood William R. house 7 Union court 
Staples Alexander, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Staples Charles H. fisherman, boards 2 Pine 
Staples Frank, master mariner, boards Belmont Hotel 
Staples Winfield, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Stapleton Edward E. fisherman, house 12 Summer 
Stapleton James H. fisherman, house 26 Western avenue 
Stapleton John, fisherman, house 46 Maplewood avenue 
Staten Edward Mrs. house 29 Prospect square 
Stearns Annie E. widow, house 80 Washington 
Stearns Moses M. fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Steele Adrian L. carpenter, house 49 Prospect 
Steele Albert W. clerk, 30 Main, boards 49 Prospect 
Steele Benjamin, lost at sea, June 7, 1884 
Steele Charles C. died Oct. 28, 1883 [wood av. 

Steele Edward, printer, at Procter Brothers, h. 41 Maple- 
Steele Eliza A. widow, house 7 Middle 
Steele Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, house 12 Parker 
Steele Emanuel, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Steele Everett, music teacher, boards 54 Middle 
Steele E. L. Miss, house 96 Prospect 
Steele Frank, fisherman, boards 22 Tremont 
Steele Frank, boards 8 Blynman avenue 
Steele George, fishery, 11 Rogers, house 54 Middle 
Steele George, insurance agent and broker, First National 

Bank building 
Steele George Mrs. house 96 Prospect 
Steele George E. clerk, 22 Pearce, boards 98 Prospect 
Steele Howard, bookkeeper, Geo. Steele's, bds. 54 Middle 
-Steele Isaac A. S. sailmaker, Steele's wharf, h. 98 Prospect 
Steele John L. laborer, house 171 Western avenue 
Steele Joseph, house rear 5 Eastern avenue 
Steele Margaret J. widow of Charles C. house 9 Middle 
Steele Peter, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 
Steele Pius, fisherman, boards 18 Rogers 
Steele Sarah, widow, house 8 Blynman avenue 
Steele Sarah F. Mrs. house 49 Prospect 
Steele Thomas, fisherman, boards 10 Pine 



172 • GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Steele William L. sailmaker, house 5 Trask 

Steer David, stone hammerer, house 814 Washington 

Steinberg George W. laborer, house 15 Tremont 

Stenman John, boarding house, 26 Main 

Stephens Thomas, blacksmith, house 25 Langsford 

Stephens William, quarryman, house 19 Butman avenue 

Sterling James, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 

Sterling Lors, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 

Sterling Michael J. saloon, 60 Duncan, house do. 

Stetson James A. died May 22, 1883 

Stetson Thankful S. widow of James A. house 33 Middle 

Stevens Abby IVf. widow of Joseph R. house 16 Langsford 

Stevens Addison ,M. variety, etc. 36 Commercial, h. do. 

Stevens Elias Mrs. house 111 Washington 

Stevens Fannie P. Miss, house 50 Western avenue 

Stevens Fitch H. foreman, boards 335 Main 

Stevens George, house 156 Washington 

■Stevens George B. physician, 42 Middle, house do. 

Stevens George B. student, boards 15 Dale avenue 

Stevens Harry, fisherman, boards 61 Duncan 

Stevens Helen Miss, librarian, Sawyer Free Library, bds. 

15 Dale avenue 
Stevens Joseph E. boards 335 Main 
-Stevens Joseph L. foreman, rear 20 Main, house 335 do. 
Stevens Joseph L. (Boston), house 15 Dale avenue 
Stevens Josephine, widow, house 65 Leonard 
Stevens Josiah W. gardener, house 5 Ashland place 
Stevens Melvin, mariner, house 5 Traverse 
Stevens Munroe, removed to Boston 
Stevens Rachel D. Mrs. died August 21, 1883 
Stevens Thomas, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Stevens William, house 269 East Main 
Stevens, see also Stephens 

Stevenson Charles, shoemaker, 18 Short, bds. 61 Duncan 
Stevenson Charles, boards 238 East Main 
Stevenson Charles J. fisherman, house 238 East Main 
Stevenson Robert, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Stewart Angus, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Stewart Charles, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Stewart George, fisherman, house 60 Maplewood avenue 
Stewart James W. quarryman, house 61 Langsford 
Stewart John, master mariner, house 30 Orchard 
Stewart Robert, mariner, house 283 Western avenue 
Stewart Stephen, fisherman, boards 28 Addison 
Stewart William D. traveling agent, Russia Cement Co. 

house 3 Procter 
Stewart, see also Stuart 
Stickney Alfred F. assistant editor, Cape Ann Advertiser, 

house 6 Prospect square 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 173 

Stickney Eliza, widow of James H. house 21 Liberty 
Stimpson John, shoemaker, house 29 Orchard 
Stimpson John, jr. teamster, house 36 Orchard 
Stinstream Charles, fisherman, house 9 Traverse 
St. John John, house 2 Brierwood 
St. John Joseph, teamster, boards 2 Brierwood 
Stockbridge Ebenezer J. fish dealer, house 1 99 East Main 
Stockbridge Eugene L. laborer, boards 199 East Main 
Stockbridge (Seth) & Co. (Thomas Hodge), fish, Parrnenter, 

Rice, & Co.'s wharf, house at Rowley 
Stockbridge Willis A. fisherman, boards 199 East Main 
Stockelberg Thomas, fisherman, house 6 Traverse 
Stockman Charles W. physician, 17 Leonard, house do. 
Stoddard G. M. summer residence, Atlantic av., E. G. 

S TODD ART ADAM P. machinist, 236 Main, house do. 
(see page 216) 
Stoddart David A. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Stone George, fisherman, boards 54 Maplewood avenue 
Stone James, boarding house, 321 Main 
Stone Mary A. widow, house 293 Western avenue 
Stone Stewart, fisherman, boards 10 Smith 
Stone William, fisherman, boards 42 Wharf 
Stone William A. bookkeeper, Union Hammock Co. house 

at Manchester 
Story Amos A. lumber and storage, 221 East Main, house 

119 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Story Charles, house 10 Highland 

Story Charles E. letter carrier, and grocer, 29 School, h. do. 
Story Cyrus, hardware, 16 Main, house .7 Washington sq. 
Story Edward A. clerk, house 29 School [ington sq. 

Story Ellen M. Mrs. teacher, Collins school, h. 32 Wash- 
Story Frank F. fisherman, house 435 Western avenue 
Story George W. carpenter, house 80 Main [Granite 

Story Georgiana P. Miss, teacher, Beacon-st. school, b. 3 
Story Henry K. fisherman, house 61 Magnolia avenue 
Story Isaac N. foreman, Cape Ann Advertiser, house 44 

Mansfield 
Story Lorenzo A. fisherman, house 20 Fuller 
Story Lorenzo D. died Dec. 5, 1883 
Story Louisa, widow, house 16 East Main 
Story Susan Mrs. died March 11, 1884 
Story W. Warren, laborer, house Wall street 
Strachan George, fisherman, boards 53 Fort square 
Strachan John A. cooper, house 53 Fort square 
Strahan Osborne, removed to Boston 
Strandberg Charles A. fisherman, boards 15 Summit 
Strang Lew K. manager, Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co. 114 

Main 
Strater Francis A. (Roxbury), summer res. Cambridge av. 






174 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Stratton Charles, clerk, Belmont Hotel, boards do. 
Stratton Homer R. plumber, 92 Main, house 52 Grove 
Stream Charles A. lost at sea, February, 1883 
Stream Charles Hans, fisherman, house 13 Sayward 
Stream Frank, fisherman, house 21 Hammond 
Stream John Gustave, fisherman, boards 6. Vincent 
Stream Peter, house 32 Haskell 
Stripp Aspacio, wheelwright, house 4 Terrace 
Strong Edward M. boarding house, 28 Commercial 
Strong Frederick G. policeman, house 51 Warner 
Strong George S. clerk, 183 Main, boards 51 Warner 
Strong Neil F. clerk, 88 Main, boards 51 Warner 
Strople Charles, fisherman, boards 54 Maplewood avenue 
Strople John, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
-Strople William G. fisherman, house 54 Maplewood av. 
•Strum John, laborer, house 41 Western avenue 
Stuart Joshua G. paving cutter, £ouse 41 -Langsford 
Stuart Silas H. fisherman, boards 16 Locust 
Stubbs Catharine, widow, house 808 Washington 
Studley Clara L. Miss, saleswoman, 108 Main, b. 25 Taylor 
Stull Benjamin W. fisherman, house 27 Willow 
Sudzby James, fisherman, house 3 Cedar 
Sudzby Margaret, widow, boards 3 Cedar 
Suffren Charles, laborer, house 6 Staten 
Sullivan Bridget, widow, house 36 Fort square 
Sullivan Bros. (J. and M. J. Sullivan), bottlers, 63 Duncan 
Sullivan Eugene, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Sullivan James F. stonecutter, house 16 Butman avenue 
Sullivan Jeremiah A. saloon, 204 Main, house do. 
Sullivan John, grocer, 56 Washington, and (Sullivan Bros.) 

63 Duncan 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 2 Sargent 
Sullivan Michael, quarryman, house 76 Langsford 
Sullivan Michael, house 3 Hutchins court 
Sullivan Michael J. (Sullivan Bros.), 63 Duncan, house at 

Boston 

Sullivan Michael J. policeman, boards 437 Main 
Sullivan Patrick, lost at sea, September, 1883 
Sullivan Timothy, fisherman, boards Duncan, cor. Rogers 
Sullivan Timothy C. clerk, 18 Commercial, bds. 217 Main 
Sullivan William E. fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Summers James, fisherman, boards 15 Tremont 
Sundberg Augustus, fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Sundberg George, fisherman, house 16 Highland 
Sundberg Simon, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Surratt Augustus, fisherman, boards 22 Shepherd 
Surratt Isaac, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Surratt Louis, shoemaker, 179 East Main, h. 20 Webster 
Surratt Munday, fisherman, boards 8 Short 



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Surratt Wallace, fisherman, house 13 Columbia 

Surratt William, fisherman, boards 8 Short 

Sutherland John, fisherman, boards 63 Rogers 

Sutherland John, fisherman, house 10 Sargent 

Sutherland Joseph, fisherman, boards 82 Duncan 

Swasey Antoine, fisherman, house 5 Elwell court 

Swasey George F. teamster, house 29 Willow 

Swasey Mary E. widow, house 77 Washington 

Swasey William M. teamster, house 131 Prospect 

Sweeney Alexander, clerk, 60 Duncan, boards 69 do. 

Sweeney Joseph, hostler, house 3 Addison 

Sweeney Michael, fisherman, boards 56 Park 

Sweeney Patrick, laborer, house 41 Webster 

Sweet John, boots and shoes, 309 Main, boards 4 Fears ct. 

Sweet William E. fisherman, house 6 Grove 

Sweetser Sanford B. pastor Prospect-street M. E. Church, 

house 11 Mason 
Swett David W. (Swett & Co.), house 35 Western avenue 
• Swett Henry A. clerk, Swett & Co.'s, house 11 Hovey 
Swett Martha D. widow, house 73 Middle 

SWETT & CO. (James A., David W., Win. A., and J. M. 
Swett), lumber, etc. 42 Commercial (see page 271) 
Swift Alphonzo M. wheelwright, house 12 Exchange 
Swift Calvin W. carpenter, house 6 Federal 
Swift Fred, clerk, 159 Main, boards 6 Federal 
Swift John H. house 68 Middle 
Swift Joseph Mrs. house 16 Elm 
Swift Joseph G. house 27 Mansfield 
Swift Mary, widow, house 34 Middle 
Swift Oliver J. hostler, boards 89 Western avenue 
Swift Willie S. house Bond street 

Swim Addie Miss, bookkeeper, 315 Main, boards 17 Friend 
Swim Alexander, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Swim Benjamin, fisherman, boards 24 Addison 
Swim Cornelius, master mariner, house 44 Warner 
Swim Irad M. boards 44 Warner 
Swim James E. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Swim Joseph, fisherman, boards 13 Procter 
Swim Josiah, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Swine George, fisherman, boards 22 Tremont 
Swinson Alexander, lost at sea 
Swinson Andrew, lost at sea, December, 1883 
Swinson Anna, widow of Andrew B. h. 118 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Swinson Benjamin A. fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Swinson Charles, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Swinson Charles, fisherman, boards 15 Short 
Swinson Christina, widow of Alexander, house 10 Traverse 
Swinson John, fisherman, house 16 Columbia 
Swinson John, mariner, house 8 Gerring 



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Swinson John, fisherman, boards 43 Mt. Vernon 
Swinson Mary, widow of Andrew, h. 124 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Swinson Peter, fisherman, boards 29 Prospect 
Swinson William, fisherman, house 27 Haskell 
Sylva Frank, clerk, 15 Hancock, boards do. 
Sylvester Daniel W. house 540 Washington 
Sylvester Frank, fisherman, house 64 Friend 
Sylvester Henry S. carpenter, house 8 Vine 
Sylvester Ignatius B. shoemaker, house 16 Gee avenue 
Sylvester Sidney H. hairdresser, 119 Main, bds. 10 Procter 
Sylvester Sidney S. policeman, house 10 Procter 
Symonds Edward, carpenter, house 122 Magnolia avenue 
Symonds Joseph, farmer, house 400 Western avenue 
Symonds William W. carpenter, house 427 Western av. 
.Syms Edward, tailor, 106 Main, house 56 do. 
Syms William, clerk, 14 Main, boards 56 do. 
Syms, see also Simms 

4 

TAFT HERBERT 0. station and freight agent, E. R.R. 

house 12| Exchange 
Talbot James, fisherman, house 15 Prospect 
Tappan Charles S. (J. 8. Tappan & Son), 112 Main, boards 

22 Mason 
Tappan John S. & Son ( G. S. Tappan), clothing, etc. 112 

and 116 Main, house 22 Mason 
Tarbox Frederick, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 
Tarbox Osias, fisherman, house 14 East Main 
Tarr Abraham, fisherman, house 61 East Main 
Tarr Addison W. carpenter, house 316 Washington 
Tarr Albert, house 18 Friend [street 

Tarr Alice and Bessie Misses, h. Washington, beyond Vine 
Tarr Alphonso, fish dealer, house 33 Granite 
Tarr Amos, fisherman, house 3 Avon court 
Tarr A. Maud Miss, saleswoman, 193 Main, bds. 235 do. 
Tarr Benjamin, stonecutter, house 54 Granite [Rockport 
Tarr Benjamin N. bookkeeper, J. G. Tarr & Bro.'s, house at 
Tarr Betsey, widow, house 3 Avon court, E. G. 
Tarr Charles, sailmaker, house 144 Eastern avenue 
Tarr Charles E. house 9 Allen 
Tarr Charles E. farmer, boards 52 Poplar 
Tarr Charles F. fisherman, boards 3 Avon court, E. G. 
Tarr Charles M. carpenter, house 5 Commonwealth avenue 
Tarr Charles W. fish oils, foot of Water, house 235 Main 
Tarr Charles W. fisherman, boards 61 East Main 
Tarr Coombs, fisherman, house 21 Eastern avenue 
Tarr Coombs, jr. hostler, house 30 Parker 
Tarr Daniel B. laborer, house 10 Wonson 
Tarr Daniel B. jr. laborer, boards 10 Wonson [Summer 
Tarr Daniel S. (George J. Tar?- & Co.), Fort Point, h. 17 



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Tarr Daniel S. bookkeeper, J. G. Tarr & Bro.'s, house 12 

Clarendon [h. 6 Clarendon 

Tarr David (Jas. G. Tarr & Bro.), fisheries, Rocky Neck, 
Tarr David Sherman, clerk, J. G. Tarr & Bro.'s, boards 6 

Clarendon 
Tarr D. Chester, bookkeeper, 221 Main, house at Rockport 
Tarr Emily, widow, house 10 East Main 
Tarr Frank A. fisherman, boards 61 East Main 
Tarr Frederick, teamster, house 129 Prospect 
Tarr Frederick, house 42 Eastern avenue 
Tarr Frederick, jr. carpenter, house 8 Mt. Vernon 
Tarr Frederick E. boards 12 Clarendon 
Tarr F. Herbert, carpenter, boards 8 Mt. Vernon 
Tarr George, laborer, house 8 Hammond 
Tarr George A. fisherman, house 6 Traverse 
Tarr George J. & Co. {Daniel S. Tarr), fish and oil, Fort 

Point, house at Rockport 
Tarr George M. fisherman, house 149 East Main 
Tarr Henry A. house foot of Center courf 
Tarr Henry B. fisherman, boards 61 East Main 
Tarr Henry H. teamster, 33 Main, house 53 Western av. 
Tarr Henry W. manager, Western Union Telegraph Co. 151 

Main, house 272§ do. 
Tarr Herbert, laborer, boards 144 Eastern avenue 
Tarr James B. carpenter, house 61 East Main 
Tarr James E. painter, 42 Washington, bds. at Rockport 
Tarr James G. & Brother (David), fishery, Rocky Xeck, 

house 83 Prospect 

TARR JAMES H. copper paint manuf., Rocky Xeck, 
house 90 Middle (see page 269) 
Tarr John, stonecutter, house 144 Eastern avenue 
Tarr John, laborer, house 52 Poplar 
Tarr John J. house 8 Liberty 
Tarr John J. boards 61 East Main 

Tarr J. Clarence, fish, etc., Fort wharf, house at Rockport 
Tarr Moses, ship broker, house 317 Main 
Tarr Moses E. bookkeeper, boards 317 Main 
Tarr M. Addie, teacher, Babson school, boards 235 Main 
Tarr Oliver E. clerk, 95 Main, boards 14 Mason 
Tarr Robert, house 48 Western avenue 
Tarr Roger, laborer, boards 8 Hammond 
Tarr Romulus, fisherman, house 47 High 
Tarr Samuel, fisherman, house 196 Eastern avenue 
Tarr Samuel, jr. house 5 Tremont 

Tarr Silas S. fisheries, 83 East Main, house 45 Warner 
Tarr Susan, widow, house 10 Sargent 
Tarr Thomas, foreman, N. E. Fish Co. house 12 Chestnut 
Tarr Thomas L. traveling agent, house 4- R a o kirffe ^fr>s\s^ a Lr 
Tarr William C. laborer, house 30 Friend i^wcML 



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Tarr William H. farmer, house 196 Eastern avenue 
— — Tarr William P. {Harvey & Tarr), 91 Duncan, h& u o o 3 9 
Western avenue 
Tarr William R. clerk, 183 Main, house 12 Trask 
Tarr Willie S. removed to Lynn [Neck 

Tarr & Wonson {Augustus H. Wonson), copper paint, Rocky 
Tartway Catharine, widow, cook, 115 Main 
Taylor Daniel, ship carpenter, house 1 Ivy court 
Taylor Edward, quarry man, boards 876 Washington 
Taylor George L. house 900 Washington 
Taylor Henry A. quarry man, boards 876 Washington 
Taylor Jotham, stone contractor, house 876 Washington 
Taylor Mary, widow, house 21 Sadler 
Taylor William, fisherman, boards E. Frost'sf Decatur st. 
Tebedo John, died August 7, 1884 

Tebedo Sarah, widow of John, house 6 Prospect [av. 

Teele Samuel P. (Cambridge), sum. residence, Cambridge 
Telsch Manuel, fisherman, house 4 30 Taylor 
Terrio Daniel R. fisherman, house rear 259 Main 
Terrio Lawrence, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Terry Charles P. died Nov. 9, 1882 

Terry Russell D. master mariner, h. 7 Hovey, cor. Babson 
Thayer Augustus, fisherman, boards 20 Friend 

Thayer George F. tinsmith, house 6 Winter 

Thibault James, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Thibault Thomas, quarryman, house 5 South Kilby 
Thibodeau Anne, widow of Peter, house 39 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Thibodeau Jacob, fisherman, house 100 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Thibodeau Nicholas, fisherman, house 68 East Main 
Thomas Alden, saloon, 208 Main, house 355 do. 
Thomas Alexander, fisherman, boards 45 Duncan 
Thomas Augustine C. house 71 Washington 
- — Thomas A. C. Mrs. dressmaker, 71 Washington 

Thomas Edgar A. clerk, 158 Main, boards 7 Exchange 
Thomas E. Sargent, prop. E. Gloucester stages, 13 Chapel, 

house 22 do. 
Thomas Felix, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Thomas Frank L. painter, house 20 Eastern av. 
Thomas Frederick B. saloon, foot of Water, h. 231 Main 
Thomas George, mariner, boards 7 Exchange 
— — Thomas Henry B. master mariner, house 10 Mt. Vernon 
Thomas James Mrs. house 28 Chestnut 
Thomas James W. ship carpenter, boards 7 Exchange 
Thomas John, mariner, boards 19 Commonwealth av. 
Thomas John, fisherman, house 34 Perkins 
Thomas John, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Thomas Joseph, painter, boards 10 Addison 
Thomas J. B. wholesale provisions, Tremont, cor. Railroad 
av. house at Peabody 



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Thomas Lewis, painter, house 10 Addison 
Thomas Maurice, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Thomas Oliver G. house 3 Fears court 
Thomas Richard, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Thomas William, fisherman, house 7 Exchange 
Thomas William J. clerk, 7 Commercial, boards do. 
Thompson Ann M. widow, house 30 Haskell 
Thompson Charles A. teamster, boards 241 Main 
Thompson Charles P. lawyer, 111 Main, house 17 Mason 
Thompson Daniel, carpenter, house 15 Williams court 
Thompson Emeline, widow, boards 38 Maplewood av. 
Thompson Frederick, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Thompson Frederick, fisherman, boards 5 Beach court 

THOMPSON FREDERICK S. jewelry, etc. 164 Main, 
b oard s 7 Sc hool (see outside front cover) ^^f 
Thompson Gustave, fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Thompson Henry, fisherman, boards 6 Blake court 
Thompson James, laborer, boards 30 Haskell 
Thompson James R. fisherman, house 11 Prospect square 
Thompson John L. fisherman, boards 13 Rackliffe 
Thompson John W. fisherman, house 34 Rocky Neck av. 
Thompson Lafayette, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
-Thompson Peter, teamster, house 344 Main 
Thompson Philip, fisherman, house 3 Smith 
Thompson Thomas, fisherman, house 36 Maplewood av. 
Thompson Thomas, fisherman, house 21 Dike 
Thompson William, fisherman, house 9 Middle 
Thompson William, fisherman, boards 11 Tremont 
Thompson William {Cunningham & Thompson), 88 Com- 
mercial, boards 6 Western avenue 
Thorburn Cornelius, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Thorburn Edgar, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
Thorburn John, fisherman, boards 27 Church 
Thornton C. G. summer residence, 81 Magnolia av. 
Thorp Henry, fisherman, boards 7 Short 
Thorp Henry, fisherman, boards 10 Smith 
Thurber William, fisherman, boards 83 Commercial 
Thurston Alfred, trader, house 94 Wheeler 
Thurston Arthur C. cigar manuf. 17 Duncan, house 46 

Western avenne 
Thurston Benjamin, fisherman, house 6 Stone court 
Thurston Benjamin, jr., farmer, at B. Stanwood's, boards 

131 Washington 
Thurston Charles, teamster, house 13 Blake court 
Thurston Charles S. carpenter, house 54 Granite 
Thurston Charles S. fisherman, boards 14 Cross 
Thurston Daniel A. fisherman, boards 14 Cross 
Thurston George, fisherman, house 14 Cross 
Thurston George E. fish dealer, house 124 Washington 



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Thurston George F. shoemaker, 132 Main, h. 134 Wheeler 

Thurston George H. freighter, house 16 YVashington 

Thurston George W. boards 16 Washington 

Thurston James, fisherman, house 88 Wheeler 

Thurston James, 2d, seine repairer, house 442 Washington 

Thurston John, fisherman, boards 14 Cross 

Thurston John E. merchant, 13 Rogers, house 21} Church 

Thurston Lewis, mariner, boards 4 Gee avenue 

Thurston Nathaniel, house 304 Main 

Thurston Nathaniel, jr. fish packer, house 26 Mansfield 

Thurston Nathaniel F. fish packer, boards 26 Mansfield 

Thurston Samuel S. shoemaker, 233 Main, h. 15 Chestnut 

Thurston Wallace, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 

Thurston Wilbert, boards 35 Gee avenue 

Thurston William, mariner, house 429 Washington 

Thurston William, fisherman, house 35 Gee avenue 

Thurston William H. variety store, 324 Main, house do. 

Tian Jacob, house 140 Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Tian Jacob, jr. sailmaker, boards 140 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Tibbets Clarence W. fisherman, boards 5 Fremont 

Tibbets Elden, fisherman, house 13 Procter 

Tibbets Eliza J. widow of Robert A. house 104 Main 

Tibbets Fred W. boards 104 Main 

Tibbets George, fisherman, boards 43 Perkins 

Tibbets Joseph H. fisherman, house 268 East Main 

Tibbets Leonard, carpenter, boards 11 Prospect sq. 

Tibbets Mary H. teacher, East primary school, b. 104 Main 

Tibbets Robert A. (estate), watches and jewelry, 102 Main 

Tibbets R. Frank, removed to Rochester, N. H. 

Tibbets Thomas W. fisherman, boards 5 Fremont 

Tibbets William S. fisherman, house 5 Fremont 

Tibbets William S. 2d, fisherman, boards 5 Fremont 

Tingley William J. Mrs. died May 21, 1883 

Tingley X. D. principal, Sawyer school, boards 5 Elm 

Tinker James, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 

Tinker Lorenzo, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 

Titus Ezekiel M. fisherman, house 58 Washington 

Tivan Thomas H. cutter, 112 Main, house 9 Church 

Tobin Bernard, fisherman, boards 47 Washington 

Tobin Edward, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 

Tobin James, fisherman, house 6 Orchard 

Tobin Lawrence, fisherman, boards 4 Shepherd 

TODD GEORGE, coal and wood, 393 Main, house 95 
Prospect (see page 271) 
Todd John, died June 24, 1883 
Todd Julia, widow of John, house 24 Summer 
Todd Juliette Miss, clerk, Post-oflSce, boards 2 Oak 
Todd Michael T. boards 95 Prospect 
Todd Nathan, farmer, house 12 Langsford 



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Todd William S. clerk, 393 Main, house 2 Oak 
Tolman Mary, widow, house 14 Prospect 
Tolman Thaddeus R. laborer, house 25 Friend 
Toole Mark, fisherman, house 30 Fort square 
Toomey Matthew, hostler, boards 15 Commercial 
Torey George, blacksmith, house 6 Bass avenue 
Torgerson John H. fisherman, house 11 Highland court 
Torrey Charles W. fisherman, house 76 Western avenue 
Towle George H. stonecutter, house 6 Young avenue 
Towle James M. stonecutter, house 788 Washington 
Tpwle Richard, stonecutter, house 9 Vale court 
Townsend Eugene P. fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
Townsend James A. fisherman, house 18 Webster 
Tracy James, clerk, 18 Commercial, boards 217 Main 
Tracy James, with Seth L. Cole, boards 41 Cherry 
Tracy John, saloon, 70 Prospect, boards 68 do. 
Tracy Laura Miss, house 11 Short 
Tracy Margaret Miss, house 46 Main 
Tracy Patrick, quarryman, house 8 Butman avenue 
Tracy Richard, quarryman, boards 8 Butman avenue 
Tracy Thomas, fisherman, boards rear 7 Washington 
Tracy Thomas, quarryman, boards 8 Butman avenue 
Tracy Thomas F. fruit peddler, boards 11 Rowe sq. (East) 
Tracy Timothy, gardener, house 41 Cherry 
Tracy Timothy H. grocer, 74 Prospect, house 10 Exchange 
"RACY WILLIAM, dry goods, 84 Main, «%o»rds 

Mikm^ester Hotel (see page 274) 
Trainor Lucius, fisherman, house 46 Fort square 
Trask Alfred, fisherman, boards 7 Gilbert court 
Trask Anna M. widow, house 8 Federal 
Trask Carrie W. Miss, teacher, High school, b. 19 Liberty 
Trask Elizabeth H. Mrs. died July 27, 1883 
Trask John, cigar manuf. 146 Main, house 19 Liberty 
Trask John H. laborer, house 55 East Main 
Trask Joseph, house 100 Washington 
Trask J. Calvin, house 100 Washington 
Trask Simeon B. express, 158 Main, house 19 Warner 
Trask Simeon B. jr. clerk, 158 Main, boards 19 Warner 
Travis Enos, fisherman, house 57 Friend 
Trench Alexander, fisherman, house 91 Prospect 
Tresilian Thomas (Gape Ann Bulletin Co), 191 Main, house 

at Manchester 
Trevoy Edward, fisherman, house 10 Millett 
Trevoy George B. mariner, house 303 East Main 
Trott Thomas, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Trout Jacob W. house 106 Magnolia avenue 
Trout Mary H. Mrs. house 41 Magnolia avenue 
Trowbridge J. E. summer residence, Boulder av., Magnolia 
Trowbridge W. 0. Mrs. summer res. Fuller, Magnolia pt. 



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182 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Troy John J. fisherman, house 348 Western avenue 

Truedell Frank, cigarmaker, boards 46 Main 

Trumbull Mary, widow, house 40 School 

Trumbull Solomon T. stone contractor, h. Coffin's beach 

Trumbull Theon T. stonecutter, b. S. T. Trumbull's, W. G. 

Tuck Azor H. cooper, 41 Commercial, house 10 Babson 

Tuck Edward E. sailmaker, house 17 Taylor 

Tuck Eliza, widow, house IT Taylor 

Tuck George 0. dentist, 174 Main, house 62 Prospect 

Tuck George W". laborer, house 19 Taylor 

Tuck Horace, lost at sea Nov. 13, 1883 

Tuck Rose Ada, widow of Horace, house 32 Orchard 

Tuck Sophia J. Mrs. postmistress, at Magnolia, house do. 

Tucker Alonzo F. mason, boards 439 Washington 

Tucker Andrew, fisherman, house 460 Washington 

Tucker Andrew, jr. removed to Rockport 

Tucker Archibald, fisherman, boards 15 Pearl 

Tucker Arthur R. carpenter, house 405 Washington 

Tucker Benjamin, fisherman, house 452 Washington 

Tucker Benjamin H. mariner, house 445 Washington 

Tucker Betsey, widow, house 16 Gee avenue 

Tucker Catharine, widow, house 6 Young avenue 

Tucker David Y. clerk, Andrew Leighton's, h. 34 Middle 

Tucker Edward, fisherman, house 1 Gee avenue 

Tucker (George) & Frost ( Geo. W.), fisheries, 17 Rogers, 

house at Pigeon Cove 
Tucker George L. painter, 42 Washington, boards 448 do. 
Tucker Henry A. mason, boards 17 Beacon 
Tucker Henry C. stonecutter, house 6 North Kilby 
Tucker Howard B. carpenter, house 4 Gee avenue 
Tucker Isaac, laborer, house 412 Washington 
Tucker Jacob, house 439 Washington 
Tucker Jacob G. house 408 Washington 
Tucker James D. house 417 Washington 
Tucker John, house 17 Beacon 

Tucker J. Franklin, quarryman, house 22 Gee avenue 
Tucker Lemuel, fisherman, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Tucker Mary J. Miss, boards 418 Washington 
Tucker Richard, gardener, house 418 Washington 
Tucker Richard Mrs. house 448 Washington 
Tucker William, master mariner, house 17 Beacon 
Tucker William Edwin, tinsmith, boards 17 Beacon 
Tucker Zebulun D. at Tarr & Wonson's, house 36 Rocky 

Neck avenue 
Tuckerman S. Salisbury, artist, house 14 Bond 
.Tucy Charles A. upholsterer, 5 Short, h. 19 Maplewood av. 
Tufts Alphonso D. teamster, house 4 Rowe square (East) 
Tufts Edward, removed to Rockport 
Tufts Richard, boards 7 Allen 



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-Tufts Susan, widow, house 31 Mt. Vernon 
Tupper Albert 0. fisherman, house 4 Brazier court 
Tupper Alexander G. fisherman, house 5 Avon court, E.G. 
Tupper Joseph I. fisherman, house 139 East Main 
Tupper Samuel, fisherman, house 4 Brazier court 
Turnbull Edward, ship carpenter, house 167 East Main 
Turnbull John, boards 11 Plum 
Turner Amos, fisherman, boards 334 Main 
Turner John J. fisherman, house 7 Washington 
Turner Margaret, widow, house 8 Avon court, E. G. 
Turtleson Knut, fisherman, boards rear 5 Beach court 
Twombley Humphrey C. blacksmith, house 4 Butman av. 
Twombley Thomas K. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

UMLAH JOSEPH, fisherman,, boards 24 Sargent 
Underwood Adin B. summer residence, Cliff av., Magnolia 
Union Hammock Co., Locust, cor. Duncan 
Upham Ida M. teacher, Babson grammar, b. 4 Prospect sq. 

UPHAM JOHN W. tailor, 163 Main, b. 4 Prospect sq. 
(see page 274) 
Upham Simeon, sailmaker, house 4 Prospect square 
Upton George A. prop. Ocean-side Hotel, Lexington av. 
Urquhart John G. hairdresser, 42 Main, h. 82 Washington 
Utpadel August F. watchmaker, house 209 Main 
Utpadel Herman, mariner, boards 6 Bond 

VALLETTE SAMUEL, house 73 Washington 
Van Hoff George, fisherman, house 17 Williams court 
Varney Alonzo M. laborer, house 10 Plum 
Varney Charles E. fish curer, house 8 Wonson 
Varney Hicks S. carpenter, house 285 East Main 
Varney Hiram P. painter, house 25 Wonson 
Varney Hiram F. cooper, house 238 Main 
Varney Jane S. widow of Hiram, house 13 Clarendon 
Varney Robert C. engineer, house 5 Clarendon 
Vautier J. Frank, master mariner, boards 45 East Main 
Vele Patrick, fisherman, house 69 Friend 
Venance George K. fisherman, boards 5 Columbia 
-Venance John K. painter, house 6 Lewis court 
Verdon Patrick, paving cutter, house 952 Washington 
Verge Stephen, fisherman, house 34 Granite 
Vernon James J. stone dealer, house 750 Washington 
Vernon John, paving cutter, boards 48 High 
Verrill Charles, fisherman, boards rear 6 Fremont 
Viator Antoine, fisherman, house 14 Mt. Vernon 
Viator Christian, fisherman, house 57 Friend 
Viator Frank, fisherman, house 55 Friend 
Viator Frank, mariner, boards 8 Elwell court 
Viator Jess, fisherman, house 9 Harmony square 



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Viator Joseph, fisherman, house 22 Taylor 

Viator Joseph, fisherman, house 60 Perkins 

Viator Josephine, widow, house 62 Friend 

Viator Manuel, fisherman, house 16 Taylor 

Viator Manuel, fisherman, house 45 Perkins 

Viator Manuel, fisherman, house 55 Friend 

Viator Manuel, fisherman, house 66 Friend 

Viator Manuel S. fisherman, boards 8 Elwell court 

Vibert John, fisherman, boards 38 Maplewood avenue 

Vibert John A. fisherman, house 38 Maplewood avenue 

Vigneau Daniel, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Vigneau Samuel, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Vigneau Simon, fisherman, boards 255 Main 

Vincent James, house '7 Porter 

Vincent Lewis, fisherman, boards 8 Middle 

Vivuan Willard S. house 5 Wells 

Voss Adolph, shipsmith, 146 Duncan, house 130 do. 

Voss Dederick 0. blacksmith, 1 East Main, house 334 do. 



WADDELL DAVID, carpenter, boards 11 Procter 
Waddell James, carpenter, house 11 Procter 
Wadding Richard, fisherman, boards 20 Grould court 
Wadsworth Thomas, fisherman, house 13 Trask 
^< Waggett Lyman, truckman, house 64 Western avenue 
Wagner Amos, fisherman, boards 249 Main 
Wagner John, ship carpenter, house rear 4 Cross. 
Wagner Lewis A. fisherman, house 14 Cross 
Wainwright William H. laborer, house 8 Avon court, E.G. 
Waldron Matthew, stonecutter, house 730 Washington 
Waldron Matthew J. stonecutter, boards 730 Washington 
Waldron Michael J. laborer, boards 51 Fort square 
Waldron Thomas, laborer, house 51 Fort square 
Walen Alfred, bookkeeper, M. Walen & Son, h. at Salem 
Walen Alfred E. (M. Walen & Son), house 34 Pleasant 
Walen Leonard, fisheries and grocer, 66 Rocky Neck av. 
house 9 Clarendon [h. 34 Pleasant 

Walen Michael & Son (Alfred K), fishery, foot of Water, 

— Walen Seymour A. clerk, 66 Rocky Neck av. b. 9 Clarendon 
Walen William, fish curer, house 11 Clarendon 
Walen William W. painter, house 11 Prospect square 
Walen, see also Whalen [Ple«eftB-t 

— -Walker Farmer R. & Co. fishery, Walen's wharf, house 10 
Walker Henry H. stonecutter, house 792 Washington 
Walker John, fisherman, boards 8 Short 
Walker Margaret, widow of Neal, house 23 Liberty 
Walker Mary Miss, compositor, Daily News, b. 66 Prospect 
Walker William F. horse shoer, house 33 Mansfield 
Wallace Daniel H. fishing, etc., Fort whf., h. 26 Wash. sq. 
Wallace Frederick, ship carpenter, boards 57 Western av. 



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Wallace William H. clerk, Eastern av. cor. Webster, bds. 

44 Eastern avenue 
Wallace William, stonemason, house 17 Wheeler 
Walmbolt James H. fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Walsh Benjamin, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Walton George, fisherman, boards 368 Washington 
Wamback Joseph, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Ward Aaron H. fisherman, boards 232 Main 
Ward Albert D. fisherman, house 7 Blake court 
Ward Daniel, fisherman, house 28 Fort square 
Warner Benjamin, fisherman, house 136 Washington 
Warner Sarah E. Miss, house 64 Middle 
Warren Albert, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Warren Bridget, widow of Nicholas, house 13 Shepherd 
Warren Elmer, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Warren George, laborer, house 119 Washington 
Warren Jeremiah H. mariner, house 17 Sadler 
Warren Nicholas, lost at sea, October, 1883 
Wass Ernest H. farmer, boards 30 Sargent 
- Wass Ira S. mason, house 30 Sargent 
Wass Leeman D. clerk, 30 Main, boards 30 Sargent 
Wass Lorenzo A. mason, house 42 Warner 

— Wass Preston 0. clerk, 128 Main, h. 12 Commonwealth av. 
Watson Benjamin, fisherman, boards 7 Short 

_^-Watson Daniel S. carpenter, 367 Main, house 6 Mt. Vernon 
Watson Frank S. carpenter, boards 6 Mt. Vernon 
Watson George A. carpenter, house 320 Main 
Watson George E. clerk, 284 Main, boards 320 do. 
Watson Maylon, carpenter, boards 6 Mt. Vernon 
Watson Susan, widow, house 320 Main 
Watson Thomas F. fisherman, house 44 Maplewood av. 
Watton Edmund F. master mariner, bds. Gloucester Hotel 
Watts Joseph H. fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Weatherbee Charles, fisherman, boards rear 55 Main 
Webber Alexander P. driver, boards 36 Wharf 
Webber Benjamin, died August 21, 1883 
Webber Benjamin S. laborer, boards 7 Harmony square 
Webber Caroline, widow of Benjamin, h. 291 Western av. 
Webber Charles, stonecutter, house 71 Leonard 
Webber Edwin 0. painter, boards 12 Gould court 

^Webber Frank T. house 2 Maple 

Webber George A. house 26 Fort square 
Webber George A. jr. laborer, house 45 East Main 
Webber James F. fisherman, house 12 Gould court 
Webber James J. grocer, 34 Wharf, house 36 do. 
Webber James L. clerk, 34 Wharf, boards 36 do. 
Webber John S. notary public, house 20 Middle 
Webber John S. jr. clerk, Cape Ann Savings Bank, boards 
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Webber Mary, widow, house 280 Western avenue 
Webber Martha A. widow, house 7 Harmony square 
Webber Scott, removed to Indiana 
Webber William S. carpenter, boards 20 Middle 
Webster E. Everett, manager, Webster Opera House, 9 

Elm, boards Webster House 
Webster Nathaniel, prop. Webster House, 9 Pleasant 
Webster Nathaniel R. boards Webster House 
Weeks Alonzo, musician, house 6 Sargent 
Welch Allan, fisherman, boards 48 School 
Welch Archie, fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Welch Ben. S. clerk, 107 Main, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Welch Bridget, widow, house 21 Park 
Welch Charles, fisherman, boards 71 Duncan 
Welch Daniel, fisherman, house 69 Commercial 
Welch James E. fisherman, house 7 Rowe square (West) 
Welch James P. wood turner, boards 338 Main 
Welch John, fisherman, boards' 69 Commercial 
Welch Mary, widow, house 54 Fort square 
Welch Mary C. Miss, dressmaker, house 135 Washington 
Welch Maurice, fisherman, house 7 Cedar 
Welch Michael, died July 21, 1883 

Welch Nicholas, fisherman, house 10 Rowe square (East) 
Welch Robert A. boards 135 Washington 
Welch Roderick, fisherman, house 15 Elm 
Welch Rosanna, widow, house 18 Gould court 
Welch William, fisherman, house 47 Perkins 
Welch William E. fisherman, boards 135 Washington 
Welch William G. fisherman, boards 338 Main 
Welch, see also Welsh and Walsh 
Wellington Charles, farmer, house 288 Concord, W. G-. 
Wells Elbridge H. house 26 Millett 
Wells Elmer, teamster, house 8 Gerring 
Wells James, fisherman, house 4 Walnut 
Wells James W. fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 
Wells John S. removed to Whitehead, N. S. 
Wells Joanna, widow, boards 34 Millett 
Wells William N. fisherman, house 34 Millett 
-Welsh John H. master mariner, house 23 Granite 
Welsh Susan, widow, house 43 Perkins 
Welsh William, fisherman, boards 43 Perkins 
Welsh, see also Welch and Walsh 
-Wendell George A. clerk, house 268 Main 
Wendell Jacob W. clerk, 20 Main, boards 60 do. 
Wendell Morgianna, widow of Augustus J. house 60 Main 
Wennerberg John E. water boat, h. 146 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Wennerberg Margaret, widow, house 17 Pearl 
Wentworth James A. fisherman, house 3 Smith 
Wentworth John S. blacksmith, house 23 Leverett 



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Wenzell William, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
West Frank B. fisherman, boards 12 Pine 
West George E. fisherman, house 10 Cedar 
West Wilder Mrs. house 12 Fine 
Westerberg Frank, sailmaker, house 12 Myrtle 
Western Union Telegraph Office, 157 Main 

-~ Westlen Andrew, laborer, house 29 Prospect 

Westlen John E. laborer, house rear 5 Beach court 
Weston Costello Rev. removed to Mt. Vernon, Me. 
Wetera Charles, fisherman, house 18 Millett 
Wetherell Martha G. widow, house 50 Western avenue 

— Wetherell Monson L. apothecary, 178 Main, house 13 
Western avenue 
Whalen Ellen, widow, house 38 Middle 
Whalen Honora, widow, house 16 Pine 
Whalen James, fisherman, boards 124 Duncan 
Whalen James, laborer, boards 16 Pine 
Whalen John, fisherman, boards rear 47 Prospect 
Whalen Kate Miss, house 17 Friend 
Whalen Martin, fisherman, boards 38 Middle 
Whalen Mary Miss, house 17 Friend 
Whalen Maurice, fisherman, house 25 Mansfield 
Whalen, see also Walen 
Wharf Eliza Mrs. house 36 Mansfield 
Wharf John W. provisions, 165 Main, house 36 Mansfield 
Wharff Eliphalet, fisherman, house 22 Washington 
Wharff George D. sailmaker, house 92 Prospect 
Wharff George W. carpenter, house 1 7 Commonwealth av. 
Wharff William, master mariner, boards 36 Mansfield 
Wharton E. F. master mariner, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Whearty Philip, stonecutter, house 15 South Kilby 
Wheaton Lucy, widow, house 3 Blynman avenue 
Wheeler Andrew D. carpenter, boards 115 Wheeler 
Wheeler Archie, blacksmith, house 109 Wheeler 
Wheeler Charles H. driver, house 809 Washington 
Wheeler Charles J. fisherman, house 9 Beach court 
Wheeler Daniel D. blacksmith, house Sanderson court 
Wheeler Dorcas, widow, house 724 Washington 

' — Wheeler Edwin R. blacksmith, house 22 Exchange 
Wheeler Elisha C. mariner, house 7 Wiley 
Wheeler Ernest, carpenter, boards 121 Wheeler 
Wheeler Everett, fisherman, house Bray street, W. G. 
Wheeler Finson R. farmer, house 467 Washington 
Wheeler George H. carpenter, house 87 Wheeler 
Wheeler George W. removed to Hyde Park 
Wheeler George W. fisherman, house 15 Wiley 
Wheeler Harrison, fisherman, house 62 East Main 
Wheeler Harvey, paving cutter, house 121 Wheeler 



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"Wheeler Harvey, jr. carpenter, h. 92 Wheeler [Church 

Wheeler Howard, oil clothing, Atlantic wharf, house 21 J 

Wheeler Isaac, laborer, house 115 Wheeler 

Wheeler James, house 28 Curve 

Wheeler James E. fisherman, house 324 Washington 

Wheeler John J. 278 Main, house 209 Magnolia av.,W. G. 

Wheeler John M. fisherman, house 11 Porter 

Wheeler John P. clock repairer, house 22 Commercial 

Wheeler Joseph, ship carpenter, house 134 Wheeler 

Wheeler Joseph F. fisherman, house 65 Rogers 
-Wheeler Mabel Miss, dressmaker, boards 121 Wheeler 

Wheeler Percy, blacksmith, house 10 Say ward 

Wheeler Rufus C. seine maker, house 17 Say ward 

Wheeler Rufus G. fisherman, house 3 Wiley 

Wheeler Susan M. Mrs. died April 23, 1883 

Wheeler W. coachman, H. S. Hovey's, h. 307 Western av. 

Wheeler & Wilson Manuf. Co., Lew K. Strang, manager, 
114 Main ' 

Whelden Frank W. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 

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dden Sarah J. widow of John H. house 20 Pine 

tcross James, fisherman, boards 15 Hancock 

te Annie J. widow of Murdock E. house 72 Friend 

te Augustus A. photographer, 162 Main, h. 66 Prospect 

te A. R. M. stonecutter, house 13 Wheeler 

te Charles, carpenter, house 9 Sargent 

te Charles, fisherman, house 20 Friend 

te Charles, fisherman, house 8 Short 

te Charles, fisherman, house 14 Smith 

te Christopher, hostler, boards 89 Western avenue 

te Dennis, lost at sea 

te D. Augustus, traveling agent, 39 Rogers, h. 27 Elm 

te Emma L. Miss, teacher, boards 527 Washington 

te Frank, fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 

te Frederick S. mason, house 428 Washington 

te George W. removed to Providence, R. I. 

te James, carpenter, boards 271 Essex avenue, W. G. 

te James, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 

te James, fisherman, boards 301 Main 

te James, fisherman, boards 46 Park 

te James, fisherman, boards 19 Mansfield 

te Joanna, widow, house 4 Sargent 

te John, highway-man, boards Gloucester Hotel 

te John, fisherman, house 27 Blynman avenue 

te John B. rigger, house 26 Willow 

te John W. laborer, house 13 Trask 

te Joseph, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 

te Maria Miss, house 18 Grove 

te Mary, widow, house 9 Highland court 



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White Mary, widow, house 21 Park 
White Mary, widow of Dennis, house 6 Fort square 
White Patrick, laborer, house 4 Sargent 
White Reuben, fisherman, boards 6 Porter 
-White Simeon, grocer, 363 Main, house 8 Rowe sq. (West) 
White Simon, fisherman, house 46 Washington 
White Thomas H. master mariner, house 8 Rowe sq. (West) 
White Wallace, fisherman, boards 12 Main 
White William D. fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Whitecross James, fisherman, boards 23 Hancock 
W T hitman Albert, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Whitman John W. fisherman, boards 27 Church 
Whitman William, fisherman, house 13 Spring 
Whitmore William E. cook, boards 6 Angle 
Whittemore M. E. Mrs. summer residence Cambridge av. 
Whitten Eli E. teamster, house 11 North Kilby 
Whitten Henry, fisherman, house 2 Sargent 
Whitten Owen A. fisherman, boards rear 4 Cross 
Whittendale Alexander, fisherman, house 74 Friend 
"Whittendale Charles, laborer, house rear 18 Perkins 
W r hittendale Christopher, cooper, house 4 Oak 
Whittendale George, laborer, house rear 18 Perkins 
W T hittle Annie, widow, house 10 Bellevue avenue 
Wicks Joseph, fisherman, house 68 Perkins 
Widger Addie M. Mrs. house 76 Prospect 
Wiggin Fred. A. general manager, Gloucester Daily News, 

23 Duncan, boards Webster House 
Wiles Albert, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
W r iles William, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Wiley Albert M. clerk, 142 Main, boards 9 Winchester ct. 
Wiley Benjamin F. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Wiley Charles F. carpenter, house 6 Warner 
Wiley Daniel A. fisherman, house 1 Wiley 
, Wiley Edwin C. cigars, 142 Main, house 9 -Winchester ct. 
Wiley Horace, fisherman, house 1 Wiley 
W T iley James S. fisherman, house 44 Mt. Vernon 
Wiley Reuben, removed to Maine 
Wiley Samuel, fisherman, house 6 Wiley 
■"" Wilkes William H. sailmaker, house 8 Rowe square (West) 
Wilkie Henry, fisherman, boards 26 Addison 
Wilkie James, fisherman, boards 18 Gould court 

— W T ilkins Abby Mrs. dressmaker, house 42 School 
Wilkins George, carpenter, boards 42 School 
Wilkins James H. stone mason, house 12 Lincoln, W. G. 
Wilkins John, farmer, house 39 Magnolia avenue 

* Wilkins John F. stonecutter, house 283 Essex av., W. G. 
Wilkins John H. carpenter, house 41 Magnolia avenue 
Wilkinson Charles M. printer, house Holly street 
Wilkinson Frederick E. boards 142 Washington 



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Wilkinson Frederick E. of W. Gloucester, died Nov. 1, 1883 
Williams Ann M. widow, house 7 Gilbert court 
Williams Bernard A. master mariner, house 3 Babson 
Williams Charles F. painter, house 62 Blynman avenue 
Williams Edward C. clerk, Duncan, cor. Rogers, boards 62 

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ams Gilman N. sailmaker, boards 349 Main 
ams Gilman S. carpenter, house 349 Main 
ams Herbert II. fisherman, house 1 Cedar 
ams James, fisherman, boards 12 Allen 
ams Jason L. removed to Wenham 
ams John, fisherman, house 55 Friend 
ams John H. fisherman, house 3 Harmony square 
ams John H. fisherman, boards 6 Lookout 
ams John J. teamster, house 5 Riverdale place 
ams Joseph, fisherman, house 7 Willow 
ams Joseph, fisherman, house 10 Rowe square (East) 
ams Joseph A. fisherman, house 16 Friend 
ams J. C. Mrs. house 214 Main 
ams Lucy A. widow, house 15 Staten 
ams Martin J. policeman, house 10 Maple 
ams Mary A. widow, house 47 Mt. Vernon 
ams Mary A. widow, house 36 Friend 
ams Mary J. died December 8, 1882 
ams Paul, fisherman, boards 15 Short 
ams Robert B. (Boston), summer res. 57 Magnolia av. 
ams Richard G. stonecutter, house 660 Washington 
ams Samuel E. farmer, house 79 Eastern avenue 
ams Samuel G. watchmaker, 164 Main 
ams Sarah E. Mrs. house 6 Lookout 
ams Thaddeus L. boards 6 Lookout 
ams Thomas L. (Estabrook & Williams), Fears' wharf, 
house 14 Washington 
Williams T. L. Mrs. dressmaker, house 14 Washington 
Williams Walter J. fisherman, boards 6 Lookout 
Williams William, fisherman, boards 321 Main 
Williams William, house 5 Washington square 
Williams William, house 28 Main 

Williams William B. summer residence, 55 Magnolia av. 
Williams William H. boards 28 Main 

Williams William M. stonecutter, boards 660 Washington 
Williamson Hans, fisherman, boards 26 Main 
Willis Josiah G. pastor, Congregational Church at Lanes- 

ville, house 8 Langsford 
Wilmot H. B. (Boston), summer residence, Cambridge av. 
Wilson Andrew, fisherman, house 10 Cedar 
Wilson Charles, grocer, 36 Western avenue, house rear 43 

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Wilson Charles, fisherman, house 13 Pearl 



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Wilson Charles, fisherman, boards 32 Commercial 

Wilson Charles, fisherman, boards rear 259 Main 

Wilson Charles F. clerk, A. C. King's, b. rear 43 Mansfield 

Wilson Charles W. fisherman, house 24 Gould court 

Wilson Dugal, fisherman, boards 7 Locust 

Wilson Eli W. fisherman, house 268 East Main 

Wilson Ellen, widow, house 129 Prospect 

Wilson Frederick W. fisherman, house 25 Wonson 

Wilson George, lost at sea 

Wilson George W. hairdresser, 119 Main, house 14 Beacon 

Wilson Henry, hairdresser, 132 Main, and substitute letter 

carrier, house 5 Forest 
Wilson Horace, fisherman, house 38 Sargent 
Wilson John, fisherman, house 59 Friend 
Wilson John, fisherman, boards 105 East Main 
Wilson John J. stone mason, house 125 Washington 
Wilson John J. jr. stone mason, boards 96 Washington 
Wilson Peter, fisherman, house 7 Davis 
Wilson Sewall L. clerk, boards 125 Washington 
Wilson Thomas, stonecutter, house 5 Butman avenue 
Wilson Thomas W. fisherman, boards 48 Wharf 
Winberry Julius P. fisherman, house 8 Williams court 
Winchester David D. clerk, 51 Commercial, h. 300 Main 
Winchester Edward G. carpenter, house 14 Oak 
Winchester George D. carpenter, b. 10 Winchester court 
Winchester Richard H. carpenter, house 16 Oak 
Winchester Thomas, house 132 Prospect 
Winchester William D. boards 16 Oak 
Winchester William D. plumber, removed to Marblehead 
Winchester William M. carpenter, 39 Rogers, house 10 

Winchester court 
Winkapaw Abdon K. fisherman, boards 301 Main 
Winn Jacob, stonecutter, house 11 Vale court 
Winn William, hostler, house 257 Western avenue 
Winter Addison, house 35 Pleasant 
Winter Fitz W. house 12 Pleasant 
Winter George, fisherman, boards Gloucester Hotel 
Winter George F. boots and shoes, 30 Main, h. 87 Middle 
Winter, see also DeWinter 

Winters Charles, fisherman, house 5 Blake court 
Winters James, fisherman, house 11 Blake court 
Winters John, fisherman, house 31 Haskell 
Winters Nathaniel, fisherman, house 28 Haskell 
Winters William, fisherman, house 2 Blake court 
Wise Frances M. widow, house Hartz place 
Wise Frederick, farmer, house Hartz place 

WITHAM ADDISON, rigger, foot of Water, house 
254 Main (see page 270) • 
Witham Alzana Mrs. hairwork, house 166 Main 



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Witham Dorcas, widow, boards 139 East Main 
Witham Edith Miss, teacher, boards 278 East Main 
Witham Edward, fisherman, house 15 Witham 
Witham Edward W. farmer, boards 15 Witham 
Witham Frank H. clerk, boards 67 Eastern avenue 
Witham Henry P. livery stable, 13 Chapel, house 142 Mt. 

Pleasant avenue 
Witham John, farmer, boards 8 Staten 
Witham John, jr. hairdresser, 196 Main, boards 166 do. 
Witham Mary A. widow, house 3 Dexter place 
Witham Sidney, butcher, house 67 Eastern avenue 
Witham Sidney, clerk, boards 37 Eastern avenue 
Witham Warren W. clerk, house 183 Eastern avenue 
Wittneber William, shoemaker, 63 Prospect, h. 65 do. 
Wixon David E. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Wixon Ira E. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Wixon James F. fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Wixon Walton, fisherman, boards 28 Friend 
Wixon William W. fisherman, house 6 Decatur 
Wolfe James, laborer, house 11 Beach court 
Wolfe John M. fisherman, boards 65 Rogers 
Wolfe Samuel, fisherman, house 276 Western avenue 
Wolfe Samuel, jr. mason, boards Samuel Wolfe's 
.Wolfe William (Nichols & Wolfe), Duncan's Point, house 

41 Maplewood avenue 
Wonson Addison, fish smoker, at William H. Wonson & 

Son's, house 6 Haskell 
WoDson Addison P. clerk, Tarr & Wonson's, b. 24 Wonson 
Wonson Albert 0. fisherman, house 11 Plum 
Wonson Ann E. widow, house 78 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Wonson Ann E. Mrs. house 37 Highland 
Wonson Arthur K. farmer, boards 88 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Wonson Augustus H. (Tarr & Wonson), Rocky Neck, 

house 24 Wonson 
Wonson Benj. at W. H. Wonson & Son's, h. 11 Say ward 
Wonson Benj. H. clerk, 365 Main, boards 154 Prospect 
Wonson Benj. R. grocer, 365 Main, house 154 Prospect 
Wonson Brothers ( W. S. and S. G.jr.), fishing, Wonson's 

wharf, 197 East Main 
Wonson Chas. F. (W. W. Wonson & Bro.), Rocky Neck 

avenue, house 210 East Main 
Wonson Chas. H. ( Wm. C. Wonson & Co.), 169 East Main, 

and (H. Wonson & Co.), 197 do. house 32 Highland 
Wonson Clarence, painter, h. off E. Main, bey. Hawthorne 
Wonson Edgar B. fisherman, boards 3 Gerring 
Wonson Edith M. Miss, teacher, boards 49 East Main 
Wonson Edwin 0. clerk, 215 Main, boards do. 
Wonson Elmer E. laborer, boards 303 East Main 
Wonson Emanuel, carpenter, house 161 East Main 



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-Wonson Ernest C. house 162 East Main 
Wonson Ernest H. clerk, house 183 East Main 

r Wonson Everett P. (Martin & Wonson), 174 Main, boards 
142 East Main 
Wonson Frank P. variety store, 173 East Main, b. 142 do. 
Wonson Frank S. clerk, 365 Main, boards 154 Prospect 
Wonson Franklin A. (John F. Wonson & Go.), 237 East 
Main, house 37 Highland 
Wonson Frederick G. (John F. Wonson & Co.), 237 East 
Main, house 148 do. 
^^ Wonson Gardner K. manager, at Tarr & Wonson's, Rocky 
Neck, house 2 Clarendon 
Wonson George, house 39 Eastern avenue 
Wonson George, jr. fisherman, house 3 Gerring 
Wonson George H. clerk, 183 Main, house 34 Granite 
Wonson George M. farmer, house 88 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Wonson Herbert & Co. ( G. H. Wonson), coal and wood, 

197 East Main, boards 26 Highland 
Wonson Herman F. laborer, boards 88 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Wonson Howard A. house 6 Terrace 
Wonson Jabez F. laborer, house 11 Commercial court 
Wonson John F. & Co. (F. G., R. W. and F. A. Wonson), 

fisheries and grocers, 237 East Main, house 142 do. 
Wonson John W. painter, house 7 Lookout 
Wonson Judith A. widow, house 40 Middle 
y Wonson J. Warren, house 17 Elm 
' Wonson Lois G. widow, house 26 Highland 

Wonson Lydia G. widow of John W. house 21 Orchard 
Wonson Mary B. variety store, 17 Plum, house 10 do. 
Wonson Mary E. widow of Wm. L. h. 42 Rocky Neck av. 
Wonson Mary P. widow of Samuel G. house 19 Highland 
Wonson Nat nan F. fisherman, house 303 East Main 
Wonson Orsiemus A. clerk, boards 11 Say ward 
Wonson Roger W. (John F. Wonson & Go.), 237 East 

Main, house 129 Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Wonson Samuel Mrs. died June 5, 1883 
Wonson Samuel G. ( Wonson Bros.), Wonson's wharf, 

house 162 East Main 
Wonson Samuel G. 3d, house 19 Highland 
Wonson Samuel G. 4th, teamster, h. 70 Mt. Pleasant av. 
Wonson Wallace, fish skinner, house rear 362 Main 

Wonson Walter W. & Bro. (Charles F.), fishery, Rocky 

Neck avenue, house 3 Clarendon 
Wonson William C. & Co. (G. H. Wonson), fisheries, 169 
East Main, house 183 do. 

WONSON WM. H. & SON ( Wm. H. Wonson, M), 
fishing, etc. foot of Parker, head of the harbor, h. 
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Wonson William H. 2d, janitor, house 261 East Main 



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Wonson William H. 3d ( Wm. H. Wonson & Son,), fisheries* 

foot of Parker, head of the harbor, house 26 Elm 
Wonson William N. S. laborer, boards 162 East Main 
Wonson William S. (Wonson Bros.), Wonson's whf. house 

162 East Main 
Wonson Winfield S. boards 261 East Main 
Wood Charles, master mariner, house 6 Western avenue 
Woodburn Thomas, anchor maker, house 13 Maplewood av. 
Woodbury Addison, laborer, house 9 Highland court 
Woodbury Alphonso, mariner, house 971 Washington 
Woodbury Amelia, widow of Franklin, house 6 Mason sq. 
Woodbury Asa 0. fisherman, house 955 Washington 
Woodbury Charles Mrs. house 113 Prospect 
Woodbury David E. com. merchant, Gloucester Bank 

building, house 13 Washington 
Woodbury Elbridge, fisherman, house 925 Washington 
Woodbury Frank, fisherman, house 814 Washington 
Woodbury Frank, painter, house 7 Marsh 
Woodbury Franklin, died June 28, 1883 
Woodbury Franklin, jr. fisherman, boards 6 Mason sq. 
Woodbury George H. fisherman, house 977 Washington 
Woodbury George M. boards 9 Taylor 
Woodbury Henry P. fisherman, boards 8 Mason sq. 
Woodbury Horace, fisherman, boards 6 Mason sq. 
Woodbury James M. teamster, house 4 Bass avenue 
Woodbury John Mrs. house 16 Washington square 
-Woodbury John D. proof-reader (Boston), h. 114 Wash. 
Woodbury John E. fisherman, house 928 Washington 
Woodbury John J. farmer, house 983 Washington 
Woodbury John J. jr. fisherman, house 846 Washington 
Woodbury Joseph H. fisherman, house 16 Tremont 
Woodbury Josephine Miss, house 16 Washington sq. 
Woodbury Nancy, widow of Simeon, b. 114 Washington 
Woodbury Nathaniel, fisherman, house 964 Washington 
Woodbury Theophilus, fisherman, house 6 Mason square 
Woodbury Warren P. fisherman, boards 8 Mason square 
Woods Henri N. attorney at law, Rogers' block, 111 Main, 

house at Rockport 
Woods Joseph, fisherman, boards 60 Main 
Woodwell Benjamin A. died March 12, 1884 
Woodwell Mary Eliza, widow of Benj. A. h. 25 Chapel 
Worcester Olive, widow, house 3 Pine 
Worth David, fisherman, boards 19 Commercial 
Worth Lewis, fisherman, boards 16 Smith 
Worthley Ralph W. fisherman, house 33 Friend 
Wright A. F. summer residence, Atlantic av., E. G. 
Wright Clarence E. watchmaker, 161 Main, b. 32 Wash. sq. 
Wright Franklin B. fisherman, house 22 Liberty 
.Writer Henry, blacksmith, house 38 Mt. Vernon 



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Writer John W. removed to Galveston, Texas 

Wyman Charles W. fisherman, boards 19 Pearce [av. 

Wyman John S. Mrs. prop. Grand View House, Cambridge 

YATES MARGARET, widow, house 67 Eastern av. 
^- Yates William, saloon, 159 Main, house 19 Dike 
York Avery F. fisherman, house 851 Washington 
York Chas. F. {Marshall & York), 421 Main, h. at Rockport 
York Sumner D. clerk, Police Court, 132 Main, boards 5 

Mansfield 
Young Austin P. laborer, house 103 Washington 
Young Caroline Mrs. died September 21, 1883 
^ Young Charles, fisherman, house 103 Washington 
/Young Charles W. fruit, 32 Washington, boards 103 do. 
Young Elbridge, quarryman, house 911 Washington 
Young Francis M. fisherman, house 9 Acacia 
Young Franklin, house 62 High 
Young F. Henry, house 52 High 
Young Henry, fisherman, boards 255 Main 
Young James T. clerk, 115 Main, boards 17 Exchange 
Young John E. fisherman, boards 10 Short 
Young Mary A. boarding house, 45 Commercial 
Young Mary T. nurse, house 2 Acacia 
Young Nancy, widow, house 53 Western avenue 
Young Thomas, fisherman, house rear 350 Main 
Young Tremain, fisherman, boards 46 Washington 
Young Warren, farmer, house 786 Washington 
Younger Charles, house 132 Washington 
Younger David S. P. farmer, house 6 Ashland place 
Younger Edward P. teamster, C. H. Boynton's, h. 10 Acacia 
Younger Irving, laborer, boards 9 Tremont 
Younger Morris, jr. hulled corn, house 46 Poplar 
^/'Younger Oliver Mrs. house 96 Washington 
Younger Sarah, widow, house 9 Tremont 
Younger William H. laborer, house 8 Ashland place 
Younger William H. farmer, house 10 Rockwood place 
Yuill Richard M. laborer, h. Day ct. near Fernwood lake 

ZEIGLER JOHN, fisherman, boards 22 Chapel 
Zimmer Frederick, pianist, 18 Commercial, bds. 217 Main 
Zwicker Edward, fisherman, house 23 Perkins 
Zwicker Robie S. fisherman, boards 91 Prospect 



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POPULATION 



Alabama 1,262,344 

Arkansas 802,564 

California 864,686 

Colorado 194,649 

Connecticut 622.683 

Delaware 146,654 

Florida 266,566 

Georgia 1,538,983 

Illinois 3,078,636 

Indiana 1,978,358 

Iowa 1,624,463 

Kansas 995,335 

Kentucky 1,648,599 

Louisiana 940,263 

Maine 648,945 

Maryland 935,139 

Massachusetts 1,783,015 



OF THE UNITED STATES, 1880 

TOTA.L, 50,155,7 83. 

Michigan 1,634,095 

Minnesota 780,807 

Mississippi 1,131,899 

Missouri 2,169,091 

Nebraska 452,432 

Nevada 62,265 

New Hampshire 347,392 

New Jersey 1,130,892 

New York 5,083,173 

North Carolina 1,385,000 

Ohio 3,197,794 

Oregon ,. 174,767 

Pennsylvania 4,282,738 

Rhode Island 276,530 

South Carolina 995,706 

Tennessee 1,542,463 

Texas 1,597,509 



Vermont 332,286 

Virginia 1,512,203 

West Virginia 618,193 

Wisconsin .... 1,315,386 

Tebeitobies. 

Alaska 30,000 

Arizona 40.441 

Dakota 135,180 

District of Columbia 177,638 

Idaho 32,(jn 

Montana 39,157 

New Mexico 118,430 

Utah.. 143,907 

Washington 75,120 

Wyoming 20,788 

Population of Principal 
.Nations. 

United States 50,155,783 

China 446,000,000 

I ndia . 252,500,000 

Russia.... 85,685,945 

German Empire 42,727 £60 

Turkey* 31,600',000 

France . 39,905,788 

Austria and Hungary.. 37,741 413 

Japan„. . 35,925,313 

Great Bntainf 35,246,633 

# al y 28,209,620 

£gy.Pt 17,419,980 

Spain. 16,835,506 

B/azil 11,780,000 

Mexico..... 9,276,079 

Sweden and Norway 6,137,559 

Belgium 5,253.821 

Arabia 4,600,000 

Portugal 4,390,589 

fersia 6,500,000 

Holland 3,707,203 

Canada 4,352,080 

Bern 3,050.000 

Switzerland 2,800,000 

Chili 2,408,447 

Bolivia 2,000.000 

Denmark 1,969,454 

Argentine Republ ic 2,400,000 

Greece and Ionian lsl 1 ,67 'J, 775 

Cuba 1,400.000 

Equador l,30ri,082 

♦Ottoman Empire (Incl'd'g Asiatic 
possessions.) f Including Ireland. 

Population of Foreign 
Cities. 

London, Eng 3,832,441 

Jraris,! ranee 1,988,N06 

Canton, China 1, 500,000 

Berlin, Prussia 1,118,630 

Pekin, China 1,000,000 

Vienna, Austria ,...726.105 

Calcutta, India 083,;;_y 

Tokio, Japan 674,447 

St. Petersburg 067,026 

Bombay, India 644,405 

Moscow, Russia 611,970 

Constantinople., 600.000 

Glasgow, Scotland 555,289 

Liverpool, England 552,425 

Naples, Italy 40;}, 1 15 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 420,000 

Birmingham, Eng 400,757 

Madrid, Spain 397,090 

Madras, India 307 ,552 

Brussels, Belgium 39l,3S>8 

Lyons, Fiance 342,815 

Manchester, Eng 341 ,508 

Cairo, Egypt 327,462 

Marseilles, France 318,868 

Leeds, England 300.126 

Amsterdam, Holland 308.948 

Rome, Italy 303,383 

Sheffield, England 284,410 

Hamburg, Prussia 280,000 

Dublin, Ireland 249,486 

Havana, Cuba 230,000 

City of Mexico, Mexico.... 230.000 

Edinburgh, Scotland 228,075 

Lisbou, Portugal 203,686 



Population of the Principal Cities in the 
United States. 



Albany, N. Y 90,903 

Allegheny, Penn 78,681 

Allentown, Penn 18,162 

Atlanta, Georgia 34,398 

Atchison, Kan 15,381 

Baltimore, Md 332,190 

Bangor, Me 16,856 

Biddeford, Me 11,165 

Boston, Mass 362,535 

Bridgeport, Conn 29,148 

Brockton, Mass 13,608 

Brooklyn, N.Y 566.689 

Buffalo,N.Y 155,137 

Burlington, Iowa 19,000 

Burlington, Vt 11,364 

Cambridge, Mass 52,740 

Camden, N.J 41,658 

Charleston, S. C 49,999 

Chelsea, Mass 21,785 

Chicago, 111 503,053 

Chicopee, Mass 11,325 

Cincinnati, Ohio 255,708 

Cleveland, Ohio 160,142 

Cohoes, N.Y 20,122 

Columbus, Ohio 51,665 

Concord, N. H 13,a36 

Danbury, Conn 11,669 

Davenport, Iowa 21,671 

Dayton, Ohio 38,677 

Denver, Col 35,630 

Derby, Conn 11,649 

Detroit, Mich 116,342 

Dover, N. H 11,693 

Dubuque, Iowa 22,500 

Elizabeth, N. J 28,229 

Elmira,N.Y 21,498 

Erie, Penn 28,565 

Fall River, Mass 49,006 

Fitchburg, Mass 12,405 

Flushing, N.Y 15,919 

Fort Wayne, Ind 26,048 

Galveston, Texas 22,350 

Gloucester, Mass 19,329 

Grand Rapids, Mich 32,015 

Harrisburg, Penn 30,762 

Hartford, Conn 42,553 

Haverhill, Mass 18,475 

Hempstead, N. Y 18,160 

Hoboken, N. J 30,999 

Holyoke,Mass 21,851 

Indianapolis, Ind 75,074 

Jersey City, N. J 120,728 

Johnstown, N. Y 16,626 

Kansas City, Mo 55,813 

Lake, 111 18,396 

Lawrence, Mass 39,178 

Leavenworth, Kan 16,651 

Lewiston.Me 19.076 

Lincoln. R.I 13,765 

Long Island City, N.Y... . 17,096 

Louisville, Ky 123,645 

Lowell, Mass 59,485 

Lynn, Mass 38,284 

Macon, Ga 12,695 

Malden,Mass 12,017 

Manchester, N. H 32,630 

Memphis, Tenn 33,593 

Meriden,Conn 18,340 

Middletown, Conn 11,731 



Milwaukee, Wis 115,578 

Minneapolis, Minn 46,887 

Mobile, Ala 31,205 

Nashua, N. H 13,453 

Nashville, Tenn 43,461 

Newark, N.J 136,400 

New Bedford,Mass 26,875 

New Britain, Conn *... 13,978 

New Brunswick, N. J 17,167 

Newburgh,N. Y 18,076 

Newburyport, Mass 13,537 

New Haven, Conn 62,882 

New Londo n, Conn 10,529 

New Orleans La 216,140 

Newport, R.I 15,693 

Newton, Mass 16,995 

New York, N.Y 1,206.577 

Northampton, Mass 12,172 

Norwalk, Conn 13,956 

Norwich, Conn 21,141 

Oakland, Cal 34,556 

Omaha, Neb 30,518 

Oswego, N.Y 21,102 

Paterson, N. J 50,887 

Pawtucket,R. 1 19,030 

Peoria, 111 31,780 

Petersburg, Va 21,600 

Philadelphia, Penn 846,980 

Pittsburg, Penn 156,381 

Pittsfield, Mass 13,367 

Portland,Me 33,810 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y 20,089 

Providence, R.I 104,852 

Quincy, 111 27,428 

Raleigh, N. C 14,110 

Reading, Penn 43,283 

Richmond, Va 63,803 

Rochester, N. Y 80,363 

Rutland, Vt 12,149 

Sacramento, Cal 23,000 

Salem, Mass 27,598 

Salt Lake City, Utah 21.000 

San Antonio, Texas 20,594 

San Francisco, Cal 233,956 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. . . . 10,822 

Savannah, Ga 30,681 

Schenectady, N. Y 13,675 

Scranton, Penn .-. 45,850 

Somerville, Mass 24,985 

Springfield, III 19,638 

Springfield, Mass 33,340 

Stamford. Conn 11,298 

St. Joseph. Mo 32,484 

St. Louis,Mo 350,522 

St. Paul, Minn 41,498 

Syracuse, N.Y 51,791 

Taunton, Mass 21,213 

Toledo, Ohio 50,143 

Topeka,Kan 15,528 

Trenton, N.J 29,910 

Troy, N.Y 56,747 

Utica, N.Y 33,913 

Warwick, R.I 12,163 

Washington, D. C 147,307 

Waterbury, Conn 20,269 

Wheeling, W. Va 31,266 

Wilmington, Del 42,449 

Woonsocket, R. 1 16,053 

Worcester, Mass 58,295 



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GLOUCESTER 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Ale, Porter, and Cider. 
DAVIS GEORGE A. basement Sawyer's block (see p. 279) 
LANE & McLEAN, 2i Duncan (see page 283) 

Anchor Works. 
Cape Ann Anchor Works, W. N. Fisher, superintendent, 
foot of Whittemore 

Apothecaries. 

Blatchford G. E. 216 Main 

Foster B. Howard, 810 Washington 

Maddocks W. J. 10? Main 

Parkhurst A. P., Prospect, cor. Park 

Perkins M. H. 32? Main 

Price A. E. 134 Main 

Ramsey George F. 189 East Main 

Remby John, jr. 55 Washington 

Saunders Daniel D. 68 Main 

Wetherell M. L. 118 Main 

Artists. 
HALL & MARR, 329 Main (see page 217) 

Auctioneers. 

Davis James, 132 Main 
Dolliver William P. 34 Main 
Grover Charles E. 277 Main 
Marston Charles, 136 East Main 
Story Cyrus, 76 Main 

Awnings. 
ROWE EDWARD L., Wharf st. foot of Water (see p. 268) 

Bakers. 

Davis F. H. 15 Commercial 
Hubbard Augustus, 44 Prospect 
Hubbard C. M. 59 Duncan 
Johnson & Davis, 29 Washington 



198 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bands of Music. 
Gloucester Brass Band, P. B. Herrick, leader, 97 Main, 

room 3 
Herrick & Ingalls Orchestra, 97 Main, room 3 

Banks. 

Cape Ann National Bank, Hiram Rich, cashier, 156 Main 
Cape Ann Savings Bank, Geo. J. Marsh, treas., 51 Main 
City National Bank, Wm. A. Pew, cashier, 195 Main 
First National Bank, Geo. R. Bradford, cashier, directly 

opposite the Post-office 
Gloucester National Bank, Wm. Babson, cashier, Main, c. 

Duncan 

Barge Line. 
DAVIS W. H. H. 31 Commercial (Bass Rocks, see p. 282) 

Billiards. 

Brown Aaron, 86 Main ' , 

Brown Robert, 6 and 10 Duncan 
Corliss H. D. 3 Montgomery place 
Dodge John T. 119 Main 
Harvey Gilman, 36 Leonard 
Lima M. D. 229 Main 
Mcintosh Fitz E. 96 Main 

Birds and Cages. 

Smith Charles T. 22 Witham 

Blacksmiths, 

Ashley H. P. 19 Commercial 

Bray George H., Rocky Neck 

Burns John, rear 135 Washington 

Burns Matthew, 5 Andrews 

Butler Clarence E., Essex avenue, W. G. 

Davis David L., Porter's wharf 

DAVIS WILLIAM H. H. 24 Commercial (see page 282) 

Dennison J. A., Chester square 

Durland C. H., Hancock, cor. Rogers 

Frazier Benjamin, 15 Pearce 

Gardner George I). & Son, Parsons street 

Harvey Fitz 0. 123 East Main 

HARVEY GEORGE, 97 and 99 Duncan (see page 269) 

Hilton William F. 35 Mansfield 

LUFKIN EBEN H. 78 Western avenue (see page 268) 

McCaleb Vinal D. & Son, rear 175 East Main 

McCurdy Alexander, 133 East Main 

Mclsaac Angus, 15 Mansfield 

McKay Hugh, 381 Main 

McLellan Bryce, 890 Washington 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 199 

McQuarie D. L. 409 Western avenue 
Robinson Frank, Rowe square (East) 
Smith George A. 295 Main 
Voss D. C. 1 East Main 

Bleacher (Hat and Bonnet). 

Jones A. J. S. 75 Main 

Blocks (Ship). 
Davis E. jr. rear 169 East Main 
HARVEY & TARR, 91 Duncan (see page 269) 
McDonald Allan L. 133 Duncan 

Boarding Houses. 

Anderson J. L. 28 Friend 

Berry Lorenzo, 677 Washington 

Bowes Bryant, 22 Locust 

Bray A. D., Willow Cottage, Magnolia avenue (summer) 

Brazier B. S. 1 Brazier court (summer) 

Burns M. B. 83 Commercial 

Cameron Sarah Mrs. 124 Duncan 

Cammett Anna Mrs. 12 Locust 

Carroll Daniel, 5 Shepherd 

Coffey Patrick, 32 Commercial 

Colby Albertina Mrs. 6 Blake court 

Cressy Edwin, 140 Main (lodgings) 

Dann H. M. Mrs. 325 East Main (summer) 

Fanning Margaret, 4 Shepherd 

Fears Julia P. 44 Mansfield 

Ferguson Angus, 6 Porter 

Gerreway Edward, 45 Duncan 

Gillis D. P. 18 Rogers 

Godet Bridget, 1 Short 

Haffey John, 12 Main 

filtz Daniel, 26 Addison 
eefe John E., Duncan, cor.. Rogers 
Kippen Eliza Mrs. 48 Wharf 
Lane C. A. Miss, 8 Arlington (summer) 
McAuley Patrick, 42 Duncan 
McDonald Archibald, 20 Shepherd 
McDonald Thomas, 19 Commercial 
McDougall Thomas, 2 Beach court 
McEachen Neil, 16 Smith 
McKay A. A. 1 Beach court 
Mehlman John, 326 East Main (summer) 
Magnosson John, 15 Short 
Malonson A. 69 Rogers 
Markuson Mary Mrs. 17 Allen 
Merrill M. E. Mrs. 286 East Main 
Preston T. J. 16 and 18 Locust 



200 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Boarding Houses — Continued. 
Riley Robert, 19 Mansfield 
Sterling M. 32 Duncan 
Stenman John, 26 Main 
Stone James, 321 Main 
Strong Edward M. 28 Commercial 
Verge Stephen, 34 Granite 
Wendell A. J. Mrs. 60 Main 
White Simon, 46 Washington 
Woodbury Alphonso, 971 Washington (summer) 

Boat Builders. 
HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near East Main, head of 
the harbor (see page 269) 



Boat Builders' Hardware. 
HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near East Main, head of 
the harbor (see page 269) t 

Boat Trimmings. 

Davis Frank E. 278 Main (rowlocks) 

HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near East Main, head of 
the harbor (see page 269) 

Boneless and Prepared Fish. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker street, East Gloucester 
(see page 267) 

Booksellers and Stationers. 
CAPE ANN NEWS CO. 193 Main (see front cover) 
HASKELL H. C. L. 274 and 276 Essex avenne, W. G. 
Hawson John, 82 Main 

JEFFERY GEO. L. 311 Main (see page 267) 
PROCTER BROS., Old Corner Bookstore, 108 Main (see 
page 287) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Babson Edward, 74 Main 

Crawley & Bartles, 138 Main 

David J. A. 45 Main 

Gray S. J. 195 East Main 

HALL F. T. & SON, 276 Main (see page 274) 

Harris W. J. 226 Main 

Haskell J. Warren, 172 Main 

HOWARD CHARLES 0. 64 Main (see line on front cover) 

Mann Michael J. 30 Washington 

Parsons Joseph, 179 East Main 

PARSONS W. FRANK & BROTHER, 81 Main (see 

page 274) 
Richardson J. H. 136 Main 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 201 

Ring Edward P. & Son, 128 Main 
Saunders William L. 845 Washington 
Sweet John, 309 Main 
Winter Geo. F. 30 Main 

Boot and Shoemakers and Repairers. 

Blinn Charles, 25 Rocky Neck avenue 

Brown Edward, 1 Norwood court 

Crockett William T. 451 Main 

Day Elbridge, 1 Bay View place 

Dodge John B. 395 Western avenue 

Dorr George W. 1 Curve (custom boot) 

Freeman James, 7 Parsons 

HALL F. T. & SON, 276 Main (see page 274) 

Harvey R. K. 51 Prospect 

Kinney James A. 78 Main 

Mann Michael, 30 Washington 

Millard J. N. 128 Main 

Mountain R. 287 Main 

Parsons D. S., Western avenue, at the Bridge 

PARSONS W. FRANK & BROTHER, 81 Main (see 

page 274) 
Powers P. W. 46 Commercial 
Randall George, 242 East Main 
. Riley J. M. 128 Duncan 
Sargent Andrew, 7 Kilby 
Sargent John J. 68 Washington 
Silva Manuel J. 8 Shepherd 
Smith M. 7 Rogers 
Stevenson Charles, 18 Short 
Thurston Geo. F. 132 Main 
Thurston Samuel S. 233 Main 
Wittneber William, 63 Prospect 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. 

Jewett James S., Leonard, corner Curve • 

Boot and Shoe Heel and Toe Irons. 

Jewett William H., Leonard, corner Curve 

Bottlers. 

Campbell C. H. rear 158 Main 

DAVIS GEORGE A. basement Sawyer's blk. (see p. 273; 
LANE & McLEAN, 21 Duncan (see page 283) 
Sullivan Bros. 63 Duncan 

Brewers. 
DAVIS GEORGE A. basement Sawyer's blk. (see p. 279) 
LANE & McLEAN, 21 Duncan (see page 283) 
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202 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Brokers. 
Bishop T. Brigham & Co., Sinclair's block, 23 Duncan 

Bronzing. 
MARTIN F. F. & CO. 190 Main (see page 210) 

Building Materials. 
BABSON F. J. Jr. 275 Main (see page 276) 

Cabinet Maker. 
DOW CHARLES H. 20 Mansfield (see page 270) 

Calkers. 
Gaffney Michael & Co. 24 Wharf 
Nichols & Wolfe, Duncan's Point 
Parsons David & Co., Rocky Neck, ferry landing 

Canvas Preserver. 

Nelson Chresten, 309 Main 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Burnham Simeon A. 10 Commercial court 

Crispin Andrew H. 408 Western avenue 

Day John W. 15 Wheeler 

Deveau Charles, rear 154 East Main 

DOW C. H. 20 Mansfield (see page 270) 

Garland Orlando, 11 Pearce 

Harty Michael, rear 30 Friend 

Hodgkins William, 3d, 61 Rogers 

Honners John P. rear 16 Pearl 

May Jonathan, Boulder avenue, Magnolia 

Miller Frank, 8 Locust 

NORWOOD C. F. 44 Commercial (see page 270) 

Severance F. G. 5 Montgomery place 

Watson D. S. 367 Main 

Winchester William M. 39 Rogers 

Carpets. 
BABSON N. & CO. 117 Main (see page 274) 
PATTILLO ALEXANDER, 122 Main (see outside front 
cover) 5 

Carriage Dealer. 
DAVIS W. H. H. 31 Commercial (see page 282) 

Carriage Manufacturer. 
BARNARD GEO. K. 4 and 6 Commercial (see page 270) 

Carriage Fainter. 
BARNARD GEO. K. 4 and 6 Commercial (see page 270) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 203 

| 

Chronometers. 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see outside front cover) 

* Cider Press Manufacturer. 
RICHARDSON N. 104 Washington, near the railroad (see 
outside front cover) 

Cigar Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Blackburn Horace, 287 Main (dealer) 
Doeble Charles F. 230 Main 
Lufkin Andrew, jr. 439 Main (dealer) 
Martin & Wonson, 174 Main 
Martini Charles, 11 Marchant 
Overbeck J. C. 58 Main 
Thurston Arthur C. 17 Duncan 
Trask John, 146 Main 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
ANDERSON JOHN, 290 Main (see page 268) 
ANDREWS ALBERT C. 77 Main (see front colored page) 

Circulating Library. 
PROCTER POPULAR LIBRARY, 108 Main (see p. 287) 

Clergymen. 

Childs A. C. (C. T.), 345 Essex avenue, W. G. 

Clark F. G. (Evan. C), 29 Church 

Hall C. M. (M. E.), 395 Washington 

Hallen A. (Swed. M. E.), 32 Washington square 

Hayden C. A. (Epis.), 36 Granite 

Healy J. J. (R. C), 60 Prospect 

Morris C. D. (B.), 28 Washington square 

Regan C. W. (R. C), 60 Prospect 

Rider W. H. (Univ.), 77 Western avenue 

Rogers Robert P. 31 Washington 

Sanger George J. (Univ.), West Gloucester 

Sweetser S. B. (M. E.), 11 Mason 

Willis J. G. (C. T.), 8 Andrews 

Clocks. 
LANE EVERETT, 130 Main (see back cover) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see outside front cover) 

Clothes Cleaner.. 
CROWE C. W. 251 and 253 Main (see page 268) 

Clothes Wringers. 
McKINNON N. J. 3 Main (see page 273) 



204 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Clothing Dealers. 
ANDERSON JOHN, 290 Main (oiled, see page 268) 
Belmont Clothing House, 151 Main 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 

back cover) 
FROST D. 0. 239 Main, cor. Pearce (see top line on back 

cover) 
Naumkeag Branch, 18 Main 

NELSON JOHN, 285 Main (oiled, see page 269) 
Newman William, 169 Main 
Parkhurst John, 95 Main 
Parsons Joseph, 179 East Main 
ROWE JOSEPH H., Duncan, cor. Rogers (oiled, see back 

cover) 
Stacy James D. 168 Main 
Tappan John S. & Son, 112 to 116 Main 

Coal and Wood. 
BENNETT BROS. 43 Duncan (see page 2U) 
BOYNTON CHARLES H., Main, rear Cape Ann Savings 

Bank (see page 271) 
CLARK JAMES, rear 7 and 9 Middle (wood, see p. 271) 
Friend William H., Vincent's Point 
Griffin A. D. foot of Cove, Lanesville 
Griffin Willard P. 23 Curve 
Griffin & Co. 21 Fort square 
Montgomery Charles, 12 Montgomery place 
Piper Charles, at the Cove, Lanesville 
TODD GEORGE, 393 Main (see page 271) 
Wonson Herbert & Co. 197 East Main 

Coffin Maker. 
LLOYD JOHN, 2 Main, opp. Gloucester Hotel (see p. 278) 

Coffins and Caskets. 
MASTERS CHARLES, 17 Washington (see page 278) 

Commission Merchants. 

Babson J. J. 11 Hancock 

Baker Benjamin A., Low's block 

Clark John H. 10 Beacon 

GIBSON S. L., Tremont, cor. Railroad av. (see page 275) 

Phillips N. H., Main, corner Duncan 

Saville & Co. 165 Main 

Woodbury D. E., Gloucester National Bank building 

Confectionery. 
(See also Fruit and Confectionery.) 
Frost I. W. 224 Main 
Morgan John, 109 Main (manuf.) 
Saunders Louis, 36 Washington (manuf.) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 205 

Conveyancers. 
HASKELL H. C. L. 91 Main (see page 272) 
Webber John S. 20 Middle 

Coopers. 

Crane Samuel R. 135 East Main 
Everdean John J. 13 Water (kegs) 
Friend William S., Rowe square (East) 
Tuck Azor H. 41 Commercial 

Copper Paint Manufacturers. 

TARR JAMES H., Rocky Neck, near ferry landing (see 

page 269) 
Tarr & Wonson, Rocky Neck, East Gloucester 

Cordage. 
COLBY SAMUEL V., Babson's wharf, 37 5 Main (see 

page 269) 
ROWE E. L., Wharf street, foot of Water (see page 268) 

Cotton Lines. 
BURNHAM L. A. & CO. 119 Main (see page 268) 

Crockery, Glassware, Etc. 
HART WELL S. S. 113 Main (see page 275) 
HASKELL B. & SONS, 288 Main (see page 275) 
LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 273) 

Curers and Smokers of Pish. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker st., E. G. (see page 267) 
WONSON WILLIAM H. & SON, foot of Parker, head 
of the harbor (see page 267) 

Curtains and Fixtures. 

CALL WILLIAM R. 42 Washington (see page 277) 
DANFORTH & GRIFFIN, 35 Washington (see page 277) 

Cutlery. 
HARTWELL S. S. 113 Main (see page 275) 
HASKELL B. & SONS, 288 Main (see page 275) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 

Dentists. 

Dennett John P. 154 Main 

Newell George H. 154 Main 

POMEROY WILLIAM H., City National Bank building 

(see bottom line on front cover) 
Tuck George 0. 174 Main 

Dining Booms. 
HOLLY TREE INN, 181 Main (see page 279) 
KARCHER JACOB, 115 Main (see page 277) 



206 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON, 33 Main (see page 276) 
GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO. 257 Main (see page 276) 

Dressmakers. 

Andrews Perley Mrs. 30 Elm 

Bnrnham Martha Miss, 433 Main 

Carter A. A. Mrs. 3 Liberty 

Carter Emma Miss, 32 Prospect 

Cook Delia Miss, 3 Winchester court 

Cunningham K. 62 Middle 

Day S. D. Mrs. 254 Main 

Dennen Sarah E. 397 Essex avenue, W. G. 

Fleming Lydia Miss, 34 Friend 

Gray Matilda H. 9 Highland 

Hobbs Rhetta Miss, 142 Prospect 

Johnson S. Mrs. over 311 Main 

Martin Elizabeth, 67 Rogers 

Mills M. A. Mrs. 20 Locust 

Morgan A. E. Miss, 97 Main 

Palmer Frances Mrs. 224 Main 

Poole N. J. Miss, 75 Middle 

Sawyer Charles Mrs. 37 Beacon 

Shute Lizzie A. Miss, 23J Church 

Simpson Annie A. Miss, 85 Middle 

Specht Lavinia Mrs. 7 Sargent 

Thomas A. C. Mrs. 71 Washington 

Welch Mary C. 135 Washington 

Wheeler Mabel B. Miss, 121 Wheeler 

Wilkins Abby Mrs. 42 School 

Williams T. L. Mrs. 14 Washington 

Wonson W. N. S. Mrs. 162 East Main 

Dry Goods. 
Allen Frederick, 170 Main 
BABSON N. & CO. 117 Main (see page 274) 
Calef John C. & Co. 83 and 85 Main 
Friend Elbridge G. jr. 150 Main 
Jackson Bros. 830 Washington 
Lisk George, 147 East Main 
Mason Charles A. 274 Main 
Parsons Annie R. Mrs. 154 East Main 
PATTILLO ALEX. 122 Main (see outside front cover) 
PETTIGREW J. & CO. 90 Main (see page 274) 
TRACY WILLIAM, 84 Main (see page 274) 

Dry and Pickled Fish. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker street, East Gloucester 
(see page 267) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 207 

Dyer and Scourer. 
GLOUCESTER DYE HOUSE, 0. W. Crowe, prop. 251 
and 253 Main (see page 268) 

Eating Houses. 

Burns J. E. 7 Main 

Cosgrove John A. 71 Rocky Neck avenue 

Dodge Peter S. 43 Qoinmercial 

Hardwick A. Mrs. 19 Duncan 

HOLLY TREE INN, 181 Main (see page 279) 

Ingersoll Amos, 232 and 234 Main 

KARCHER JACOB, 115 Main (see page 277) 

Landry Thomas, 2 Highlaud 

Luf kin Moses, 66 Main 

Pittee D. A., Rocky Neck ferry landing 

Scott James, 55 Main 



CURRIER & CO. 131 Main, and 77 Kingston, Boston (see 

page 270) 
Page & Saville, 76 Main 
Presson's, 53 Main 
Trask S. B. 158 Main 

Fancy Goods. 
BABSON N. & CO. 117 Main (see page 274) 
HARTWELL S. S. 113 Main (see page 275) 
HASKELL H. C. L. 274 and 276 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Lee Andrew, 93 and 192 Main 
Parsons George, 2d, 54 Washington 
PATTILLO ALEX. 122 Main (see outside front cover) 
PETTIGREW ALEXANDER, 121 Main (see page 274) 
PETTIGREW J. & CO. 90 Main (see page 274) 
PROCTER BROS. 108 Main (see page 287) 
Shotlender David, 131 J Main • 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 
TRACY WILLIAM, 84 Main (see page 274) 

Fish Boxes. 
GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON, 33 Main (see page 276) 
Merchant L. H., Willow, cor. Cleveland 

Fish Can Manufacturer. 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 277) 

Fish Dealers (Fresh). 

Atlantic Halibut Co., Atlantic wharf 
Bay State Halibut Co. 69 to 73 Fort square 
Bray Samuel A., West Gloucester 
Dennett William, Fort wharf 



208 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Fish Dealers — Continued. 
Lane George W. 770 Washington 

New England Pish Co., A. W. Bray, agent, Dodd's wharf 
Plumer Addison, 38 Main (retail) 
Rowe William, 3d, Dennis' wharf j 

Stockbridge & Co., Parmenter, Rice, & Co.'s wharf 

1 Fish Oils. 

Dodd A. W. & Co., Dodd's wharf, 5 and 1 Wharf street 
Norwood Joseph W. jr., Norwood court 
Robinson Benjamin & Co. foot of Norwood court 
SMITH D. B. 425 Main (see page 267) 
Tarr Charles W., J. Friend's wharf, foot of Water 
Tarr George J. & Co., Fort Point 

Fisheries. 
Allen Benjamin F., Five Pound Island, office Allen & 

Stanwood's sail loft 4 

Andrews & Co. 39 Rogers 
Babson D. C. & H. 375 Main 
Barrett Moses, Barrett's wharf (dealer) 
Bray A. B., D. G. Allen's wharf 
Burnham Edward K. 22 Pearce 
Burnham & Presson, 35 Rogers 
Clark George & Co. 13 Rogers 
Coombs William B., Parker, head of harbor (dealer) 
Cressy C. C. 23 Rogers 
Cunningham & Thompson, 88 Commercial 
Dennis George, 9 Montgomery place 
Dennis George H., Dennis' wharf 
Dennis & Ayer, 52 Wharf, cor. Pearce 
Fernald & Co., Fort wharf 
Friend George, Son, & Co. 20 Vincent 
Friend Joseph, Friend's wharf, foot of Water 
Friend Geo. H. 9 East Main 
Fuller T. H. & Co. foot of Water 
Gorton Slade & Co. 60 Commercial 
Grimes William, Fort wharf 

Hallerson Henry, 79 East Main (dealer in boneless) 
Haskell Samuel, Haskell's wharf, 95 East Main 
Knowles Thomas J., Fort wharf 
Lane Samuel & Brother, 22 Vincent 
Langsford T. A. & Son, Fears wharf 
Leighton Andrew, foot of Pearce 
Low Benjamin, foot of Pearce 
Low Brainard, 443 Main 
Low John & Co. 443 Main 
Lurvey Frederick W. & Co., Fort wharf 
Maddocks B. & Co. 50 Commercial (estate) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 209 

Mansfield James & Sons, 21 and 23 Main 

Margeson & Blatchford, 13 Parker 

Marshall & York, 421 Main 

McKenzie, Hardy, & Co. 47 Rogers 

McKinney Estey L., Fears wharf 

McQuin J. S. Ill East Main 

Montgomery & Son, Montgomery place 

Norwood George & Son, Norwood's wharf, 93 East Main 

Oakes & Foster, 55 Commercial 

Parmenter, Rice, & Co., Battery wharf, 107 Duncan 

Parsons William, 2d & Co. 138 East Main 

Perkins George & Son, Perkins' wharf 

Perkins William H. jr., Perkins' wharf 

Pettingill & Cunningham, 66 Commercial 

Pew John & Son, 331 Main 

Pool, Gardner, & Co., Atlantic wharf 

Proctor J. 0. jr. 51 Commercial 

Reed & Gamage, 217 East Main 

Rowe & Jordan, Rowe square 

Rust Geo. P., Boynton's wharf 

Ryan & Burgeson, Fort wharf 

Say ward Bros., Say ward's wharf, 65 East Main 

SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker street, head of the harbor 

(see page 267) 
SMITH DAVID B. 425 Main (see page 267) 
Smith Geo. T., J. Friend's wharf 
Smith Sylvanus & Co. 401 Main 
Spinney Benjamin H. 83 East Main 
Stanwood & Co. 90 Commercial 
Steele George, 11 Rogers 
Tarr Geo. J. & Co., Fort Point 
Tarr J. Clarence, Fort wharf 
Tarr James G. & Bro., Rocky Neck 
Tarr Silas S., Spinney's wharf 
Thurston J. E. 13 Rogers (wholesale dealer) 
Tucker & Frost, 17 Rogers 
Walen Leonard, 66 Rocky Neck avenue 
Walen M. & Son, foot of Water 
Walker F. R. & Co., Walen's wharf 
Wallace Daniel H., Fort wharf 
Wonson Bros., Wonson's wharf, 199 East Main 
Wonson John F. & Co. 237 East Main 
Wonson Walter W. & Bro., Rocky Neck avenue 
Wonson William C. & Co. 169 East Main 
WONSON WILLIAM H. & SON, head of the harbor 

(smoked, see page 267) 



210 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Fishermen's Outfits. 

ANDERSON JOHN, 290 Main (see page 268) 
BABSON N. & CO. lit Main (sacks, socks, mitts, etc., 

see page 2T4) 
FROST D. 0. 239 Main (see top line back cover) 
Gray William, 269 Main 

LOTHROP L. D. 66 to 10 Duncan (see page 269) 
NELSON JOHN, 285 Main (oiled clothing, see page 269) 
ROWE JOSEPH H., Duncan, cor. Rogers (oiled clothing, 

see back cover) 

Fishing Lines. 
BURNHAM L. A. & CO. 179 Main (see page 268) 

Fishing Tackle Mannf. 
LOTHROP L. D. 66 to TO Duncan (see page 269) 

Florists. 
COLE SETH L. 9 Procter (see page 215) 
Pulcifer George H. 208 Washington 

Flour and Grain. 

Burnham H. A. & Son, 25 Mason 

Dodge Albert, Tremont, cor. Cedar 

HASKELL B. & SONS, 315 and 319 Main (see page 215) 

Phillips N. H., Main, corner Duncan (flour) 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

( See also Confectionery. ) 
Bakeman Willis E. 98 East Main 
Dondero John B. & Philip, 137 Main 
Glover James F. 811 Washington 
Harrison Rufus B. 205 East Main 
Herrick A. E. 158 Main 

Marchant C. L. Mrs., Washington, corner Langsford 
Patten James F. 88 Main 
Stevens A. M. 36 Commercial 
Young Charles W. 32 Washington 

Furnaces and Ranges. 
(See Stoves, Furnaces, Etc.) 

Furniture Dealers. 

Browne George W. 12 Short 
Day S. S. 2d, 6 Pleasant 
Ellery Benjamin, 12 Hancock 
Procter Charles, 125 Main 

Gas and Water Piping. 
STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see page 2T6) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 211 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 

back cover) 
FROST D. 0. 239 Main (see top line back cover) 

Gilders. 
MARTIN F. F. & CO. 190 Main (see page 270) 

Gilt Mouldings. 
MARTIN F. F. & CO. 190 Main (see page 270) 

Glue Manufacturers. 
Russia Cement Co., Reuben Brooks, treas., Essex av. 

Granite Quarries. 
(See also Stone Contractors.) 
Annisquam Granite Co., Annisquam 
Barker Brothers, 817 Washington, Lanesville 
CAPE ANN GRANITE CO., H. H. Bennett, treasurer, 

Bay View (see page 276) 
Lanesville Granite Co. 891 Washington, Lanesville 

Granite Worker. 
KENNEDY PATRICK, 108 Washington (see page 278) 

Grist Mills. 

Burnham Brothers, 13 Wharf 

Dodge Albert, Washington, at Riverdale 

Hodgkins Daniel B. 510 Washington, store 30 Pearl 

Grocers. 

Babson Charles, 14 Main 

Babson John L. 328 Washington 

Bennett J. G. 37 Duncan 

Bingham J. H. 7 Sargent 

Bowie James, 3^ Mt. Vernon 

Brown David A. 17 East Main 

Burnham Alphonso M. 179 and 183 Main 

CAPE ANN GRANITE CO. 681 Washington (see p. 276) 

Cook Leonard, 66 East Main 

Cressy F. W. 11 Millett 

Dago John A. 21 Friend 

David T. F. 3 Taylor 

Davis Brothers, 159 Main 

Davis G. E. & Bro. 271 East Main 

Dolliver Brothers, 32 Main 

Dustin & Sanders, 826 Washington 

Ferguson Christian, 8 Park 

Finnegan Mary Mrs. 27 Park 

Friend Epes E., Prospect, corner Friend 

Friend Preston, 129 Main 



212 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Grocers — Continued. 
Gaffney Daniel, 62 Washington 
Gaspee Antoine, 57 Friend 
Griffin Fitz E. 2 Andrews 

Grover Mary C. 119 Washington II: 

HASKELL B. & SONS, 315 and 319 Main (see p. 275) 
HASKELL HENRY C. L. 274 and 216 Essex av., W. G. 
Hodgkins Benjamin, 434 Washington 
Hodgkins Daniel G. 77 Wheeler 
Hodgkins Eben & Brother, 32 Eastern avenue 
Hodgkins E. J. 360 Washington 
Hotchkiss Fred. M. 104 Prospect 
Jodrey Peter, 96 Duncan 
King Abel C. 43 Western avenue 
King Hugh J. 49 Friend 
Lane George E. 44 Leonard 
Lanesville Granite Co. 891 Washington 
Lawrence Frank, 63 Friend 4 
Mansfield James & Sons, 23 Main 
McDonald Joseph M. 20 Mt. Vernon 
Merchant Simeon, jr. 134 Washington 
Munsey William, 28 Washington 
O'Neal Hannah Mrs. 8 Bass avenue 
Parsons Fitz W. 22 Eastern avenue 
Parsons Gorham A. 78 Washington 
Rich Stephen, 110 Washington 
Richardson Jesper, 210 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Roach William, 13 Cedar 
Rust Frank B. 84 Washington 
Rust & Reed, Essex avenue, W. G. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker street, head of the harbor 

(see page 267) 
Silva Lorenzo, 41 Park 
Smith Enslow, 120 Duncan 

Smith Samuel P., Eastern avenue, corner Webster 
Story Charles E. 29 School 
Sullivan John, 56 Washington, corner Orchard 
Tracy Timothy H. 74 Prospect 
Webber J. J. 34 Wharf 
White Simeon, 363 Main 
Wilson Charles, 36 Western avenue 
Wonson Benjamin R. 365 Main 

Gunsmith. 
GRAY CHARLES J. 227 Main (see page 267) 

Hairdressers. 

Bent E. F. 206 Main 
Bernard Joseph, 8 Main 
Bradstreet & Richards, 52 Main 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 213 

Brodeur J. 27 Main 

Goldthwait H. F. 8 Duncan 

Goldthwait P. H. 33 Duncan 

Hinckley William A. 179J East Main 

Knowles H. E. 171 Main 

Marston Warren, 144 Main 

McDonald William E. 261 Main 

Merchant A. H. 329 Main 

Morrill George W. 288J Main 

O'Haral. A. 19 Pearce 

Grne Edward J. 820 Washington 

Renshaw T. A. 4 Duncan 

Bodgers John, 243 Main 

Rowe John T. 201 East Main, E. G. 

Wilson George W. 119 Main 

Wilson Henry, 132 Main 

Witham John, jr. 196 Main 

Hardware and Cutlery, 

BABSON F1TZ J. Jr. 275 Main (see page 276) 
GRAY CHARLES J. 227 Main (seepage 267) 
GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON, 33 Main (see page 276) 
HASKELL B. & SONS, 288 Main (see page 275) 
HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near East Main, head of 

the harbor (boat builders', see page 269) 
Story Cyrus, 76 Main 

Harness Makers. 

Bott James L. 5 Main 
McCulloch Henry S. 133 Main 

Hats, Caps, Etc. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 
back cover) [cover) 

ROWE JOSEPH H., Duncan, cor. Rogers (oiled, see back 

Hay, Straw, and Bricks. 
HASKELL B. & SONS, 315 and 319 Main (see page 275) 
SWETT & CO. 42 Commercial (see page 271) 

Holly Tree Inn. 

HOLLY TREE INN, Ira Andrews, prop. 181 Main (see 
page 279) 

Horse Shoer. 
(See also Blacksmiths.) 
LUFKIN EBEN H. 78 Western avenue (see page 268) 



214 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hotels. 

Bass Rocks House, F. H. Nunns, Brightside avenue, cor. 

Beach avenue (summer) [cover) 

BELMONT HOUSE, S. A. Latter, 149 Main (see front 

CENTRAL HOUSE, Wm. H. Reilly, prop. 215 and 217 

Main, cor. Water (see page 279) 
Eagle Hotel, J. E. Coburn, 29 Pearce 
GLOUCESTER HOTEL, George L. Smith, prop., Main, 
cor. Washington (see page 279) [mer) 

Grand View House, Mrs. J. S. Wyman, Cambridge av. sum- 
HAMILTON HOUSE, J. J. Hiltz and Mrs. N. D. Ham- 
ilton, props., Tremont, cor. Shepherd (seepage 277) 
Hesperus House, Mrs. D. W. Fuller, Magnolia Point 
Oak Grove House, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hunt, Magnolia av. 
Ocean House, Mrs. S. A. Sherburne, 14 Western avenue 
Ocean Side Hotel, G. A. Upton, Magnolia Point 
Pavilion, Mrs. C. S. Mayo, Western av. on the beach 
Sea View House, H. H. Roberts, Magnolia Village 
Smith's Hotel, Main, corner Elm 
Webster House, Nathaniel Webster, 9 Pleasant 
WESTERN AVE. HOUSE, George S. Nickerson, 83 and 
85 Western avenue (see page 283) 

Ice Crushers. 
LOW'S IMPROVED PATENT, David W. Low, proprietor 
(see inside front cover) 

Ice Dealers. 

Berry Lorenzo, 677 Washington 

FERNWOOD LAKE ICE CO., F. W. Homans, agent and 

proprietor, 153 Main (see page 272) 
Gloucester Ice Co. 9 Pleasant, and, Eastern av., c. Webster 
HOMANS W. A. Jr. 153 Main (see page 272) 

Insurance Agents. 

Dodd S. & Co. 17 Rogers 

FEARS & CUNNINGHAM, First National Bank building, 

(see page 272) 
Follansbee H. L., Gloucester Bank building 
HASKELL H. C. L. 97 Main (see page 272) 
Stacy Samuel A. & Son, Main, opposite Post-office 
Steele George, First National Bank building (and broker) 

Insurance Company. 

Gloucester Fire Insurance Co., Robert R. Fears, pres., 
John Cummings, sec'y, First National Bank building 

Isinglass Manufacturers. 
Gloucester Isinglass & Glue Co., J. S. Rogers, agt. and tre as 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 215 

Jewelry. 

(See also Watches and Jewelry.) 
LANE EVERETT, 130 Main (see back cover) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 

Junk Dealers. 

Bellew P. rear 16 Commercial 
Brophy Luke, foot of Water 
Crockett William T. 451 Main 
Hersey Loring, J. Friend's wharf 
Hochberger S. & Co. 6 Locust 

Kindling Wood. 
BENNETT BROTHERS, 43 Duncan (see page 271) 
BOYNTON CHAS. H., rear Cape Ann Savings Bank 
(see page 271) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 
CURRIER JOHN J. 119 and 121 Duncan (see page 213) 
LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 273) 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 277) 
McKINNON N. J. 3 Main (see page 273) 
RENTON THOMAS, 181 East Main (see page 273) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 
BABSON N. & CO. 117 Main (see page 274) 
PATTILLO ALEX. 122 Main (see outside front cover) 
TRACY WILLIAM, 84 Main (see page 274) 

Laundry. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 
back cover) 

Lawyers. 

McNeirny M. J. 132 Main 

Pew William A. jr. 4 Pleasant 

Pierce J. C. Ill Main 

Russell Charles A. Ill Main 

Thompson Charles P., Rogers' block, 111 Main 

Woods Henri N. Ill Main 

Leather Cutter. 

Parsons Charles, 11 Leonard 

Life Saving Apparatus for Boats. 

LOW DAVID W. (see inside front cover) 

Lime, Cement, Etc. 
GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON, 33 Main (see page 276) 
SWETT & CO. 42 Commercial (see page 271) 



216 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Lines. 
BURNHAM L. A. & CO. 179 Main (see page 268) 

Livery Stables. (See Stables.) 

Locksmith. 
GRAY CHARLES J. 227 Main (see page 267) 

Looking Glass Plate. 
ADAMS E. 120 Main (see line on back cover) 

Lumber Dealers. 

Allen David G. 33 Rogers * 

BABSON FITZ J. Jr. 275 Main (see page 276) 

GRIFFIN BENNETT & SON, 33 Main (see page 276) 

Story Amos A. 227 East Main 

SWETT & CO. 42 Commercial (see page 271) 

Machinists. 
RICHARDSON N. 104 Washington, near the railroad (see 

outside front cover) 
STODDART ADAM P. 236 Main (see page 276) 

Marble Works. 

KENNEDY PATRICK, 108 Washington, near the railroad 
(see page 278) 

Marine Railways. 

Burnham Brothers, Duncan's Point, foot of Water, office, 

13 Wharf 
Parkhurst Charles & Son, Duncan's Point, foot of Duncan 
Rocky Neck Marine Railway Association, James G. Tarr 

& Brother, proprietors, Rocky Neck 

Masons. 
LANE GEORGE R. Jr. 390 Main (see page 272) 
Marshall Benjamin, 35 Granite 

Mast and Spar Makers. 

ANDREWS M. L. 5 Rogers (see page 268) 
Call Joseph C. 25 Vincent 

Mat Manufacturers. 
MARTIN F. F. & CO. 190 Main (see page 270) 

Mattress Manufacturer. 
MASTERS CHARLES, 17 Washington (see page 278) 

Meat Markets. 
(See Provisions.) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 217 

Millinery. 
Allen J. F. 61 Main 
Andrews L. G. Miss, 30 Elm 
Babson Amanda Mrs. 72 Main 
Bly Moses S. 101 Main 
Fears Olive Miss, 125 Prospect 
Heineman D. 124 Main 
Janes A. J. S. 15 Main 
PETTIGREW ALEX. 121 Main (see page 274) 

Mineral Water Manufacturers. 

DAVIS GEORGE A. basement Sawyer's block (see p. 279) 
LANE & McLEAN, 21 Duncan (see page 283) 

Mittens, Socks, and Nippers. 
PATTILLO ALEXANDER, 122 Main (see outside front 
cover) 

Mouldings. 
MARTIN F. F. & CO. 190 Main (gilt and picture frame, 
see page 270) 

Monumental Works. 

KENNEDY P. 108 Washington (see page 278) 

Music Teachers. 

Alles William H. 7 School 
Herrick F. B. 97 Main, room 3 
Lane Osborne W. 99 Main 
Norwood J. L. Miss, 4 Woodbury 
Saville Lizzie D. 17 Elm 
Steele Everett, 56 Middle 

Nautical Instruments. 

LANE EVERETT, 130 Main (see back cover) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 

Neck Wear. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 
back cover) 

Nets and Seines. 

Coos William, 60 Eastern avenue 
Coos William, jr. 23 Vincent 

GLOUCESTER NET & TWINE CO., Maplewood av. 
Maker S. F. 227 East Main 
Merchant George, jr., Shute & Merchant's wharf 
SIMPSON J., Parkhurst's whf. foot Duncan (see page 269) 
Union Web & Hammock Co., Locust, corner Duncan 
15 



218 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Newspapers. 

CAPE ANN ADVERTISER, Procter Bros, publishers, 110 
Main (see page 28 7) 

CAPE ANN BREEZE, Cape Ann Bulletin Co. 191 Main 
(see line on back cover) 

CAPE ANN BULLETIN, Cape Ann Bulletin Co. pub- 
lishers, 191 Main (see back cover, and page 280) 

CAPE ANN SUNDAY CALL, News Publishing Co. 23 
Duncan (see page 281) 

GLOUCESTER DAILY NEWS, F. A. Wiggin, manager, 
23 Duncan (see page 281) 

Notaries Public. 
Davis James, Bergengren's block, 132 Main 
Dolliver William P. 34 Main 
LOW DAVID W. at the Post-office 
Plumer George W. 47 Middle 
Story Cyrus, 76 Main 

Nurseryman. 
COLE SETH L. 9 Procter (see page 275) 

Nurses. 

Emerton Sarah E. 45 School 
Young Mary T. Mrs. 2 Acacia 

Oars. 

HARVEY & TARR, 91 Duncan (see page 269) 
HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near E. Main (see p. 269) 

Oil Clothing Manufacturers. 

ANDERSON JOHN, 290 Main (dealer, see page 268) 

Brown James, agent, Atlantic wharf (dealer) 

Carter C. F. & Co. 35 Commercial 

Corliss C. R. agent, 70 Rogers 

FROST D. 0. 239 Main (dealer, see top of back cover) 

Harding Dennis B. 379 Main 

NELSON JOHN, 285 Main (see page 269) 

Nickerson Levi, 123 Duncan 

ROWE JOSEPH H., Duncan, corner Rogers (see back 

cover) 
Wheeler Howard, Atlantic wharf 

Oil Dealer. 
(See also Fish Oils.) 
SMITH DAVID B. 425 Main (see page 267) 

Organs. 
PARSONS THEODORE, 8 Hancock (see page 275) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 219 

Oysters. 

Bray Eben B. 151 Main 

Painters. 
Abbott E. G., Dodd's wharf, Duncan's Point (ship) 
Brown F. E. 2 Curve 
Brown Samuel 0. rear 20 Washington 
CALL W. R. 42 Washington (see page 277) 
Cunningham James, 14 Commercial 

DANFORTH & GRIFFIN, 35 Washington (see page 21 1) 
Ellery William P. 16 Wharf 

Elwell Kilby W. 119 Main (sign and ornamental) 
Gaffney & Adams, 53 Washington 
GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO. 257 Main (see page 216) 
HALL & MARR, 329 Main (sign, etc. see page 211) 
Haslam George F., Parsons street (carriage) 
Lane Albert, 829 Washington 
Maguire J. B., Atlantic wharf 
Merchant John H. 449 Main 
Millett Charles F. 35 Washington (carriage) 
Oakes S. W., Tarr's wharf, Rocky Neck, and rear of 193 

East Main 
Silver M. F. 141 Prospect 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 
(See also Copper Paint Manufs.) 
CALL WM. R. 42 Washington (see page 211) 
DANFORTH & GRIFFIN, 35 Washington (see page 211) 
GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO. 257 Main (see page 276) 
TARR JAMES H., Rocky Neck (copper, see page 269) 

Paper Hangers. ' 

CALL WM. R. 42 Washington (see page 277) 
DANFORTH & GRIFFIN, 35 Washington (see page 277) 
GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO. 257 Main (see page 276) 

Paper Hangings. 
CALL WM. R. 42 Washington (see page 277) 
DANFORTH & GRIFFIN, 35 Washington (see page 277) 
PROCTER BROS. 108 Main (see page 287) 

Paper Patterns. 
PATTILLO ALEXANDER, 122 Main (Demorest's, see 
outside front cover) 

Periodicals, 
JEFFERY GEO. L. 311 Main (see page 267) 



220 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Photographers. 

ADAMS ELLIOTT, 120 Main (instantaneous process, see 

line on back cover) 
Katell S. M. 227 Main 

LYON T. D. 62 Main (instantaneous, see line front cover) 
White Augustus A. 162 Main 

Physicians, 

Conant Thomas, 28 Pleasant 
Eveleth Edward S. 20 Highland 
Garland Albert S., Pleasant, cor. Middle 
Garland Joseph, 8 Pleasant 
Garland Joseph E. 4 Pleasant 
Mooney Philip, 209 Main 
Morse Abbie S. 22 Dale avenue (hom.) 
Morse George, 22 Dale avenue (hom.) 
Quimby S. F. 21 Pleasant 4 
Saunders Levi, 827 Washington 
Smith J. Ranlett, 18 Mason 
Stevens George B. 42 Middle 
Stockman Charles W. 77 Leonard 

Pianofortes. 

Boardman Charles C. 210 Main 

Lane O. W. 99 Main 

PARSONS THEODORE, 8 Hancock (see page 275) 

Pianoforte Tuner. 
PARSONS THEODORE, 8 Hancock, or P. O. Box 194 
(see page 275) 

Pictures and Picture Frames. 

ADAMS E. 120 Main (see line on back cover) 
MARTIN P. P. & CO. 190 Main (see page 270) 
Perry Joseph H. 210 Main 

Plumbers. 
CURRIER JOHN J. 119 and 121 Duncan (see page 273) 
LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 273) 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 277) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Plumbers' Materials. 
LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 273) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Printers. 
CAPE ANN BULLETIN CO. 191 Main, opp. Post-office 

(see line on back cover, and page 280) 
GLOUCESTER DAILY NEWS CO. 23 Duncan (see p. 281) 



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GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 221 

JEFFERY GEO. L. 311 Main (see page 267) 

Lantz H. C. 2 Chestnut 

PROCTER BROS., 110 Main (see page 28?) 

Produce. 

CARTER S. J. 55 Prospect (see page 275) 

GIBSON S. L., Tremont, cor. Railroad av. (see p. 2T5) 

Provision Dealers. 

Brown Samuel W. 9 Main 

Carter J. S. 20 Main 

CARTER SHERMAN J. 55 Prospect (see page 275) 

Carter Sherman J. jr. 50 Washington 

Cressy William P. 135 Main 

Dennen & Collins, 2 Main 

GIBSON S. L., Tremont, cor. Railroad avenue (wholesale, 

see page 275) 
HASKELL B. & SONS, 284 Main (see page 275) 
Hodsdon F. D. 171 East Main 
Leighton Charles H. 137| Prospect 
"Rust W. P. 47 Duncan 
Shepherd Joseph L. 138 Prospect 
Shepherd J. C. 118 Main 

Thomas J. B., Tremont, cor. Railroad av. (wholesale) 
Washington Market, 34 Washington 
Wharf John W. 165 Main 

Pump and Block Makers. (See Blocks.) 

Pumps. 
ANDREWS M. L. 5 Rogers (see page 268) 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 277) 
McKINNON N. J. 3 Main (see page 273) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Real Estate Agents. 
FEARS & CUNNINGHAM,. First National Bank bldg. 

(see page 272) 
Follansbee Hazen L., Gloucester Bank building 

Riggers and Mast Setters. 

Estabrook & Williams, Fears' wharf, and Steele's wharf 

Merlett Moses, 20 Vincent 

Purdy C. W. & Bro. 5 Rogers 

Simms James, Parkhurst's wharf 

WITHAM ADDISON, foot of Water (see page 270) 

Hoofers and Roofing Materials. 
CURRIER JOHN J. 191 and 121 Duncan (tin, see p. 273) 
MAYO ISRAEL C. 92 Main (Walter's metallic pat. roof- 
ing and siding plates, see page 277) 
PINNOCK THOMAS G. 7 Dodge, Salem (see page 282) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 



222 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Rowlock Manufacturer. 
MAYO I. 0. 92 and 94 Main (see page 271) 

Sailmakers. 

Allen & Stanwood, Walen's wharf, foot of Water 

COLBY S. V., Babson's wharf, 375 Main (see page 269) 

Cross William H. 227 East Main 

Davis Fitz W., Parsons' wharf, E. G. 

Fears G. L., Fears' wharf, Duncan street 

Prindall Charles, Fort wharf 

KOWE EDWARD L., Wharf st., foot of Water (see p. 268) 

Smith George W. 11 Howe 

Steele Isaac A. S., Steele's wharf 

Saloons. 

Allen F. D. 35 Rogers 

Barry William J. 2 and 6 Rogers 

Bundy J. B. 50 School 

Burke S. H. 14 Water 

Campbell George, 160 Main 

Chisholm John S. 24 Main 

Cosgrove John J. 4 Short 

Edson M. Mrs. 8 Porter 

Fitzgerald E. F. 29 Main 

Gorrett William, 67 Duncan 

Henderson Isaac, 15 Hancock 

Herrick Josiah, 48J School 

Hutchins Frank, 131 East Main 

Keefe J. E., Duncan, corner Rogers 

Keefe Michael, 65 Duncan 

Kennedy Thomas, 24 Rogers 

Lufkin Moses, 66 Main 

Mackie Timothy, 10 Rogers ♦ 

Martin F. F. & Co. 279 Main 

McDonald Thomas, 27 Main 

Murphy Dennis, 69 Main 

Nickerson George S. 85 Western avenue 

O'Hara I. A., Parkhurst's wharf 

Peart Godfrey, 32 Wharf 

Porter William H. 14 Parkhurst's wharf 

Purle William, 65 and 67 Main 

RlEILLY WM. H. 18 Commercial, and Main, cor. Water 

(see page 279) 
Rich S. D. 27 Duncan 
Small Edward F. 14 Rogers 
Small William H. 15 Porter 
Sterling Michael J. 60 Duncan 
Sullivan J. A. 204 Main 






GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 223 

Thomas F. B., foot Water street 
Tracy John, 70 Prospect 
Wiley E. C. 142 Main 
Yates William^ 159 Main 

Salt Dealer. 
Baker B. A., Low's block, opp. the Post-office 

Sashes, Blinds, Etc. 
(See Doors, Sash, Etc.) 

Scales. 
Selig Thomas, 117 Duncan 

Sewing Machines. 

Alderman M. P. 79 Main (Davis's and White's) 
Boardman Charles t). 210 Main 

Singer Manuf. Co., C. H. Fennimore, agent, 53 Main 
Wheeler & Wilson, L. K. Strang, manager, 114 Main 

Ship Brokers. 

Hawson John, 82 Main 
Tarr Moses, 317 Main 

Ship Builders. 

Bishop & Murphy, Vincent's Point 

Ship Carpenters. 

Andrews H. N. & Co. 46 Duncan 
Davis Epes, jr. rear 169 East Main 
Moody & Jeffs, 27 Wharf 

Ship Chandlers. 

Fears G. L., Fears' wharf 

HARVEY & TARR, 91 Duncan (see page 269) 

ROWE E. L. 33 Wharf street, foot of Water (see p. 268) 

Shipsmiths. 
HARVEY GEORGE, 97 and 99 Duncan (see page 269) 
McCurdy Alexander, 133 East Main 
Robinson Frank, Rowe square 
Voss Adolph, 146 Duncan ♦ 

Shipwrights. 

Jackman Nathan M., East Main, next the ferry 
McDonald Bros. 31 Rogers 

Shirts. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 

back cover) 
PATTILLO ALEX. 122 Main (gents', see front cover) 



224 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Silver and Silver Plated Ware. 
HARTWELL S. S. 113 Main (see page 275) 
LANE EVERETT, 130 Main (see outside back cover) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see outside front cover) 

Skating Rinks. 
Caledonia Skating Rink, 126 East Main 
Elliott Skating Rink, Smith & McKenna, 19 Western av. 
Lanesville Skating Ring, 798 Washington 
Magnolia Skating Rink, Magnolia Village 
Webster Skating Rink, E. E. Webster, 9 Elm 

Slater. 
PINNOOK THOMAS G. 7 Dodge, Salem (see page 282) 

Smoked Halibut. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker st., E. G. (see page 267) 
WONSON WILLIAM H. & $ON, foot of Parker, head 
of the harbor (see page 267) 

Smokers and Curers of Fish. 
SHUTE & MERCHANT, Parker street, East Gloucester 

(see page 267) 
WONSON WILLIAM H. & SON, foot of Parker, head 

of the harbor (see page 267) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Marchant A. & Son, 28 Wharf 

Soda Water Manufacturers. 

DAVIS GEO. A. basement Sawyer's block (see page 279) 
LANE & McLEAN, 21 Duncan (see page 283) 

Sou' Westers. 

NELSON JOHN, 285 Main (see page 269) 

ROWE JOSEPH H., Rogers, cor. Duncan (see back cover) 

Spar Makers. 
(See Mast and Spar Makers.) 

Sporting Goods. 
GRAY CHARLES J. 227 Main (see page 267) 

Stables. 
Chaney John, 706 Washington 
Colby Stuart H. 24 Leonard 
Davis Gorham, Magnolia Village 

DAVIS W. H. H. 31 Commercial and 20 Main (see p. 282) 
Griffin Orin E. 58 Leonard 

HILTON DAVID M. 152 Main, and Main, cor. Pearce 
(boarding, see front colored page) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 225 

James George, 1 Commercial 

Linscott Frank G. 3 Revere 

Rowe A. J. & Son, Middle, junc. Western avenue, and at 

Magnolia 
Witham H. P. 13 Chapel 

Stationers. 

Grover Charles E. jr. 277 Main 

JEFFERY GEO. E. 311 Main (see page 261) 

Steamboat. 
BOSTON & GLOUCESTER STEAMBOAT CO., Abbott 
Coffin, agent, foot of Duncan (see back cover) 

Steam Engine Builder. 
RICHARDSON NATHAN, 104 Washington, near R. R. 
crossing (see outside front cover) 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 
RICHARDSON NATHAN, 104 Washington, near R. R. 

crossing (see outside front cover) 
STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see page 216) 

Steam Pipe Fitters. 
RICHARDSON NATHAN, 104 Washington, near R. R. 

crossing (see outside front cover) 
STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see page 276) 

Steering Wheels. 
RICHARDSON NATHAN, 104 Washington, near R. R. 

crossing (see outside front cover) 
STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see page 2*6) 

Stereoscopic Views. 
PROCTER BROS. 108 Main (see front cover and page 287) 

Stevedore. 
HILTON DAVID M. 152 Main, and Main, cor. Pearce 
(see front colored page) 

Stone Contractors. 
CAPE ANN GRANITE CO., H. H. Bennett, treasurer, 

Bay View (see page 276) 
Trumbull Solomon T., West Gloucester 

Stone Cutters. 
KENNEDY P. 108 Washington (see page 278) 



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226 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Stoves, Furnaces, Etc. 
CURRIER J. J. 119 and 121 Duncan (see page 213) 
Davis & Co. 218 Main • 

LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 213) 
Harvey A. F. 59 Washington 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 211) 
McKINNON N. J. 3 Main (see page 213) 
RENTON THOMAS, 181 East Main, next to Post-office, 

East Gloucester (see page 273) 
Sanborn George, 123 Main 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 213) |g 

Swivel Maker. 
LOTHROP L. D. 66 to 10 Duncan (see page 269) 

Tailors. 
CORREA JOHN S. 212 Main (see page 215) 
Coughlin M. E. 91 Main t 

CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 

back cover) 
Douglass Herman P. 203 East Main 
Dunn James, Prospect, cor. School 
Elwell Andrew, 100 Main 
El well Andrew, jr. 113 Main 
Gardner Charles, 106 Main 
Roberts J. B. 145 Main 
Tappan J. S. & Son, 112 to 116 Main 
UPHAM JOHN W. 163 Main (see page 214) 

Tea Sealers. 

Centennial Tea Co. 98 Main 

New York and China Tea Store, 228 Main 

Teamsters. 
Bunnell T. W., Parsons, cor. Rogers 
Clark John, 22 Western avenue 
Collins George, 139 Main 
Duclow Anthony, 6 Allen 
Friend Solomon A., Vincent street 

HILTON DAVID M. 152 Main, and Main, cor. Pearce 
(see front colored page) 

Telegraph Offices. 

Mutual District Telegraph Co., L. B. Favor, supt. 113 Main 
Mutual Union Telegraph Co., L. B. Favor, man'r, 113 Main 
Western Union Telegraph Co., H. W. Tarr, manager, 1§1 
Main; branch offices, 115 Duncan and 119 East Main 

Telephone Exchange. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., George 0. 
Stacy, manager, 195 Main 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 227 

Tents. 
ROWE EDWARD L., Wharf street, foot of Water (see 
page 268) 

Tin Roofing, 
PINNOCK THOMAS G. 7 Dodge, Salem (see page 282) 

Tinsmiths. , 
: CURRIER JOHN J. 119 and 121 Duncan (ship, see p. 273). 
LORING FRANCIS M. 141 Main (see page 273) 
MAYO I. C. 92 and 94 Main (see page 277) 
McKINNON N. J. 3 Main (see page 273) 
RENTON THOMAS, 181 East Main (see page 273) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Toilet Articles. 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 

Toys. 
CAPE ANN NEWS CO. 193 Main (see front cover) 

Trunks, Valises, Etc. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 
back cover) 

Umbrellas. 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 

back cover) 
PATILLO ALEXANDER, 122 Main (see front cover) 

Undertakers. 

Griffin E. H. 308 Washington 

Jones John, Revere street, Bay View 

Kidder Henry N. 444 Washington 

LLOYD JOHN, 2 Main, opp. Gloucester Hotel (see p. 278) 

Mason John E. 962 Washington 

MASTERS CHARLES, 17 Washington (see page 278) 

Procter Charles, 125 Main 

Roberts Joshua, 402 Essex avenue, West Gloucester 

Upholsterers. 

Bradstreet Frederick E. 97 Main 
Tucy Charles A. 5 Short 

Variety Stores. 

Anderson John, 290 Main 
Crowell S. L. 271 Main 
Davis John D. 40 Leonard 
Douglass Jonathan, 165 East Main 
Drestrup A. A. 42 Warner 
Francis Manuel, 10 Elwell 



228 GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Variety Stores — Continued. 
Harford A. & E. 3| Main 
Harvey R. K. 51 Prospect 

Haskell Henry C. L. 274 and 276 Essex avenue, W. G. 
Howe Wm. H. 139 Prospect 
JEFFERY GEO. L. 311 Main (see page 267) 
Jones John J. 10 Main 
Joseph Antoine, 18 School 
Lima Manuel D. 237 Main 
Lycett A. M., Magnolia avenue 
McDonald Roderick, 291 Main 
McKennon John R. 127 J East Main 
Miller James, 37 Washington 
Norwood Edgar, 374 Washington 
Orfo Frahk R. 21 Perkins 
Parker Alpheus, 1 Revere 
Poland Howard, 998 Washington 
Remby John, 81 Washington ' 
Sinclair Hector M. 39 Washington 
Thurston Wm. H. 324 Main 
Wonson Frank P. 173 East Main 
Wonson Mary B. 17 Plum 

Vessel Work. 

CURRIER JOHN J. 119 and 121 Duncan (see page 273) 
SMITH L. E. 221 Main (see page 273) 

Wagon Covers. 
ROWE EDWARD L., Wharf st. foot of Water (see p. 268) 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. " 

Chisholm P. A. 161 Main 
LANE EVERETT, 130 Main (see back cover) 
THOMPSON F. S. 164 Main (see front cover) 
Tibbets R. A. (estate), 102 Main 

Water Piping. 
STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see page 276) 

Wheelwrights. 
BARNARD GEORGE K. 4 and 6 Commercial (see p. 270) 
Blatchford Charles, 59 Western avenue 
Scamman S. G., Parsons street 

Window Glass. 

ADAMS E. 120 Main (see line on back cover) 

Window Screens. % 

DOW CHAS. H. 20 Mansfield (see page 270) 



GLOUCESTER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 229 

Wood Dealers. 
{See also Goal Dealers.) 
BENNETT BROS. 43 Duncan (see page 271) 
BOYNTON CHARLES H., Main, rear Cape Ann Savings 

Bank (see page 271) 
CLARK JAMES, rear 7 and 9 Middle (see page 271) 
TODD GEORGE, 393 Main (see page 271) 

Wooden Ware. 
HARTWELL S. S. 113 Main (see page 275) 

Woolens. 
BABSON N. & CO. 117 Main (see page 274) 
CUSTOM CLOTHING PALACE, 103 and 105 Main (see 
back cover) 

Worsted Goods. 
PETTIGREW ALEXANDER, 121 Main (see page 274) 

Yacht Builders. 
HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker, near East Main, head of 
the harbor (see page 269) 



: & GLOUCESTER CITY TALUATION. 

1883. 1884. 

Personal estate $3,853,087 00 $3,777,462 00 

Real estate 7,345,940 00 7,599,350 00 

$11,199,027 00 $11,376,812 00 

Increase $177,785 00 

The number of polls in 1883 was 3,949 ; in 1884, 3,926. 
Taxes were assessed as follows : — 

1883. 1884. 

State tax $8,370 00 $11,160 00 

County tax 11,230 56 11,230 56 

City tax 161,410 00 185,000 00 

Overlayings 6,071 87 5,244 06 

Total $187,082 43 $212,634 62 

The rate of taxation in 1883 was $16 per $1,000; in 
1884, $18. 




CITY GOVERNMENT, 1884. 

Hon. WILLIAM H. WONSON ; 3d, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 
President, Charles 0. Cressy. 
Ward 1. — S. Montgomery. Ware} 5. — Isaac N. Story. 
Ward 2. — John S. Parsons. Ward 6. — Charles F. Lane. 
Ward 3. — Chas. S. Marchant. Ward 1. — George W. Quinn. 
Ward 4. — Chas. C. Cressy. Ward 8. — Isaac P. Morse. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 
J. Warren Wonson, President. Alfred P. Stickney, Clerk. 
Ward 1.— William S. Wonson, Alex. McCurdy, John S. 

McQuin. 
Ward 2.— Sam'l P. Smith, Chas. S. Lufkin, Geo. A. Watson. 
Ward 3. — J. Warren Wonson, D. Somes Watson, Frederic 

L. Stacy. 
Ward 4. — Howard Steele, John Q. Bennett, John H. Mc- 

Cormick. 
Ward 5. — George H. Procter, Wm. Hodgkins, 3d, Alonzo 

F. Harvey. 
Ward 6. — Daniel G. Hodgkins, Burton Fernald, Charles H. 

Herrick. 
Ward 7. — Charles Skinner, George W. Harvey, B. Howard 

Foster. 
Ward 8. — Joseph W. Andrews, John Wilkins, Samuel M. 

Burnham. 

CITY OFFICERS. 
City Clerk. — John J. Somes. 
Clerk of Common Council. — Alfred F. Stickney. 
City Treasurer and Collector. — Edward Dolliver. 
Assessors. — Wm. P. Dolliver, Calvin Sargent, Chas. Prindall. 
City Auditor. — Henry Center. 
City Solicitor. — Michael J. McNeirny. 
City Physician. — Dr. George B. Stevens. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 231 

City Marshal. — Joseph A. Moore. 

City Engineer. — Theodore Overbeck. 

Chief Engineer. — Edwin L. Lane. 

Superintendent of Highways. — Moses H. Grimes. 

Overseers of the Poor. — The Mayor and the President of 

the Common Council, ex-ojfficiis, John F. Foster, John 

Procter. W. H. Haskell, Sec. and Clerk. 
Board of Health. — Dr. Geo. B. Stevens, Edward E. Saville, 

John Hawson. 
Commissioners of School Sinking Fund. — John Corliss, term 

expires 1884; Leonard A. Burnham, term expires 1885 ; 

William A. Pew, term expires 1886. 
City Messenger. — Arthur C. Millett. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police station, basement Rogers' block, 10 T Main street. 

City Marshal. — Joseph A. Moore. 

Day Police. — Edwin W. Hodgkins, Albert F. Barrett, 
John J. Ropper, jr., Martin J. Williams, Sidney S. Syl- 
vester. 

Night Police. — George B. McKenney, Captain ; Frederick 
G. Strong, Charles P. Parsons, Eben B. Clark, John C. 
Reed, John Gorman, William E. Burns, Chas. T. Roberts, 
Michael J. Sullivan. Special at Lanesville and Bay View, 
Charles Smith. 

Janitor and Keeper of Lockup. — Sydney Hutchings. 

GLOUCESTER POLICE COURT. 

James Davis, Justice. Elbridge G. Friend, Special Justice. 

Sumner D. York, Clerk. 

Joseph A. Moore, Constable of the Court. 

Sessions for criminal business daily at 9 a.m. 

Sessions for civil business every Saturday at 9 a.m. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer. — Edwin L. Lane. 

Assistant Engineers. — Joseph G. Swift, Joseph M. Marsh, 
Andrew J. Rowe, John H. Jones, Addison Plumer, Edward 
Turnbull. 

Clerk.— Joseph G. Swift. 

STEAMERS, HOSE, ETC. 

Bay View Steamer, No. 3. House on School street. 
Edward Hearn, Foreman. 

Wm. T. Jameson Steamer, No. 2. House on School st. 
C. F. Hopkins, Foreman. 

Bunker Hill, No. 4. House on Washington street, Bay 
View. 

Defiance Steamer, No. 5. House on Prospect st., Union 
Hill. Chester Marr, jr. Foreman. 

Gloucester, No. 6. House on Mt. Pleasant avenue, East 
Gloucester. Henry A. Spates, Foreman. 



232 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Colonel Allen Hook and Ladder Go., No. 1. House on 
Park street. Sidney Gardner, Foreman. 

Defiance Hook and Ladder Co., No. 5. House on Prospect 
street, Union Hill. Charles A. Marr, Foreman. 

Good Will Hose Co., No. 1. House on Smith street. 
Samuel Smith, Foreman. 

Moses Bust Hose Go., No. 2. House on Smith street. 
E. L. McKenney, Foreman. 

Deluge, No. 8. House 83 Leonard street, Annisquam. 
Elias Davis, jr., Foreman. 

Lanesville, No. 7. House 822 Washington, Lanesville. 
Henry H. Walker, Foreman. 

Ghemical Engine, No. 1. House 44 Washington. Ed- 1 
ward Syms, Foreman. 

GLOUCESTER EIRE ALARM. 

LOCATION OF SIGNAL BOXES. 

12. East Gloucester, on Rocky Neck avenue. 

13. East Gloucester, on Esfet Main st. near Ice House. 

14. East Gloucester, on P. S. Andrews' house. 

16. East Gloucester, on brick building, foot of Haskell st. 
23. Foot of Luf kin's hill, on B. Haskell & Son's house. 
27. Foot of Union hill, on John Pew & Son's store. 

31. Main street, on Custom House. 

32. Wharf st. on building of Gloucester Steamboat Co. 
35. Cor. Marchant and Prospect streets, on house. 

37. Cor. Park and Liberty streets, on telegraph pole. 

42. Police station. 

45. City Hall. 

51. Wash. st. opp. Gloucester Hotel, on telegraph pole. 

52. Commercial st. on Cunningham & Thompson's store. 
57. Washington st. opp. A. P. Harvey's, telegraph pole. 
67. Riverdale, near Riverdale Mills, on telegraph pole. 

SCHOOL SIGNALS. 

Nine blows repeated at 8.15 o'clock, a.m. — No school. 

Nine blows repeated at 11.30 o'clock, a.m. — Schools to 
close for the day. 

engineers' signals. 

One blow tests the fire alarm. 

Two blows dismisses apparatus not called on alarm. 

Three blows calls Steamer in waiting. 

Four blows calls Hose Carriage in waiting. 

Five blows calls No. 5 to alarms from boxes 51 , 52, 57, 67. 

Four blows repeated calls Steamer One and Hose One to 
a fire in an adjoining town or city. 

Five blows repeated calls Steamer Three and Hose Two 
to a fire in an adjoining town or city. 

Six blows repeated calls Steamer Five to a fire in an ad- 
joining town or city. 

Seven blows repeated calls the Fire Boat. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 233 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. — Hon. Wm. H.Wonson, 3d, Mayor, ex-officio. 

Members. — Wm. H. Wonson, 3d, Wm. A. Pew, Alfred 
P. Stickney, Allan Rogers, W. Frank Parsons, George F. 
Winter, Levi Saunders, Wm. H. Jordan, David S. Presson, 
George Steele. Regular meetings first Monday afternoon 
of each month. 

Secretary. — Marquis L. Hawley. 

Superintendent of Schools. — M. L. Hawley. Office hours 
at City Hall, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8.15 
to 9 a.m.; Wednesday, 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS, 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal, A. W. Bacheler. Sub-Master, Charles W. 
Gerauld. Assistants, Hattie B. Clough, A. A. Ballou, 
Carrie W. French. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Collins School. — Freeman Putney, Principal. 
Sawyer School. — X. D. Tingley, Principal. 
Point School. — Eleanor Macdonald, Principal. 

Biggs School. , Principal. 

Leonard School. — Emma L. White, Principal. 
Bradstreet School. — Bertha A. Lane, Principal. 
Lane School. — Nellie L. Saunders, Principal. 
Babson School. — Ida M. Upham, Principal. 
Stone Court School. — Ida M. Procter, Principal. 

MIXED SCHOOLS. 

Bray School. — Ellen Powers, Principal. 
Haskell School. — Fanny M. Markuson, Principal. 
Parsons School. — Laura H. Lake, Principal. 
Blynman School. — Addie M. Knight, Principal. 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

Forbes School. — Martha A. Morey, Principal. 
Babson School. — M. Addie Tarr, Principal. 
Beacon-st. School. — Clementina Pearce and Georgiana P. 
Story, Principals. 
Rogers School. — M. S. Priestley and E. A. Small, Principals 
Mt. Vernon School. — Ida Marston, Principal. 
East School. — Kate J. Fardey, Principal. 
Point School. — Susie S. Center, Principal. 
Wonson School. — Susie Burnham, Principal. 
Biggs School. — Clara Benton, Principal. 
Leonard School. — Caroline Griffin, Principal. 
Bradstreet School. — Laura A. Davis, Principal. 
Lane School. — Carrie S. Chard, Principal. 
Teacher in Drawing. — Carrie H. Sawyer. 
Teacher of Music. — Austin A. Spaulding. 
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234 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

CHURCHES. 

Unitarian Church. Middle street. The first parish in 

Gloucester. Established 1642. Pastor, , 

Treasurer, Charles W. Dennison. Clerk, Joseph L. Ste- 
vens. Committee, Samuel A. Stacy, Allan Rogers. 
Sexton, F. E. Bradstreet. Supt. of Sabbath School, Mar- 
quis L. Hawley. 

Evangelical Congregational Church. Middle, cor. School. 
Organized Nov. 17, 1829. Pastor, Rev. Frank G. Clark. 
Deacons, Jacob Bacon, John J. Pew, Alexander Petti- 1 
grew, Leonard Burnham. Clerk, Joseph 0. Procter. 
Treasurer, Alexander Pettigrew. Sexton, George H. 
Pinkham. 

Independent Christian (Universalist) Church. Middle 
street. Pastor, Rev. William H. Rider. Clerk, Samuel 
M. Shute. Treasurer, Robert R. Fears. Committee, 
Francis Procter, Daniel H. 4 Wallace, Elias P. Burnham, 
Charles S. Tappan, Fred W. Tibbets. Sexton, Charles 
H. Brown. 

First Baptist Church. Corner Middle and Pleasant streets. 

, Pastor, Rev. Charles D. Morris, D.D. Parish Commit- 
tee, John Pew, Cyrus Story, Stillman Rice. Clerk, J. S. 
Allen. Treasurer, A. E. Price. Parish Clerk, D. E. 
Woodbury. Parish Treasurer, Alexander Pattillo. Sex- 
ton, A. H. Bulkley. 

Prospect Street Methodist Episcopal Church. Prospect st. 
Pastor, Rev. S. B. Sweetser. Treasurer and Secretary, 
H. A. Parmenter. Trustees, John Lane, William H. 
Wonson, 3d, H. A. Parmenter, George H. Perkins, 
David Swett. Sexton, J. T. Morrow. Supt. of Sabbath 
School, Arthur E. Herri ck. 

St. John's Church (Episcopal). Middle st. Bector, Rev. 
Charles A. Hay den. Wardens, John H. Stacy, William 
Babson. Clerk, Charles P. Thompson. Sexton, George 
W. Scott. Treasurer, William Babson. 

St. Anne (Roman Catholic). Park street. Organized 1852. 
Pastor, Rev. J. J. Healy. Assistant, Rev. C. W. Regan. 
Sexton, A. A. White. Supt. Sunday School, Miss Katie 
J. Fardy. Organist, Miss Carrie Simpson. 

St. Joachim Roman Catholic Church. Washington street, 
Lanesville. Organized 1817. Pastor, Rev. Daniel S. 
Healy, of Rockport. 

East Gloucester Baptist Church. Chapel street. Pastor, 
Rev. L. A. Hall. Clerk, George Parsons. Deacons, 
George Parsons, Moses Barrett, Thos. Renton. Sexton, 
Edward Turnbull. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. Bay View. Organized April, 
1870. Pastor, Rev. William Silverthorne. Secretary 
and Clerk, Hart Harris. Treasurer, Hart Harris. Supt. 
of Sunday School, Alvah Prescott. Sexton, Hart Harris. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 235 

Riverdale Methodist Episcopal Church. At Riverdale. 

Organized 1835. Pastor, Rev. Charles M. Hall. Re- 
cording Steward, Thaddeus Griffin. Treasurer, David 

Lane. Sexton, Mark L. Allen. 
Universalist Church. At Annisquani. Pastor, Rev. 

. Treasurer and Clerk, James Jewett. 

Universalist Church. West Gloucester. Organized March, 

1867. Pastor, Rev. George J. Sanger. Clerk, Henry 

C. L. Haskell. Trustees, Alexander D. Bray, Wilbur F. 

Proctor, Edward Lufkin, Clarence E. Richardson, Henry 

B. Proctor. 
Universalist Church. Washington, near Saunders court, 

Lanesville. Pastor, Rev. George H. Procter. Treasurer 

and Clerk, Francis Jackson. 
East Gloucester Universalist Church. Independent Hall, 

175 East Main street. Organized March 22, 1884. 

Pastor, . Treasurer, William S. Wonson. 

Clerk, George Douglass. Supt. Sunday School, George 

Douglass. 
Congregational Church. West Gloucester. Pastor, Rev. 

Alexander C. Childs. Treasurer, Joseph W. Andrews. 

Clerk, Joshua E. Roberts. 
Orthodox Congregational Church. Washington, near 

Munsey, Lanesville. Organized 1830. Pastor, Rev. J. 

G. Willis. Deacon^ James F. Glover. Clerk and Treas- 

rer, Francis Reed. Supt. of Sunday School, J. H. 

Andrews. Sexton, Cyrus Sargent. 
Swedish Methodist. 87 Main. Organized 1883. Pastor, 

A. Hallen. 
New Church. (Swed.) Meets in hall over City National 

Bank. No settled pastor. 

SOCIETIES, ETC. 

GLOUCESTER LYCEUM AND SAWYER FREE LIBRARY. 

Building No. 88 Middle, cor; Dale avenue. Open daily, 
afternoon and evening (except Tuesdays), from 2 to 5, and 
7 to 9 p. m. Thursdays, in evening only. The Lyceum 
was organized February 19, 1830. Library opened August 
14, 1854. Number of volumes, about 6000. Trustees, 
John J. Babson, Benjamin H. Corliss, Edward H. Haskell, 
Joseph 0. Procter, Hiram Rich, Allan Rogers, Joseph L. 
Stevens. Directors, John J. Babson, Simeon A. Burnham, 
Edward Dolliver, Joseph Garland, W. Frank Parsons, 
Joseph 0. Procter, Allan Rogers, Samuel A. Stacy, Joseph 
L. Stevens. Clerk, Edward Dolliver. Treasurer, Alex- 
ander Pattillo. Superintendent, Joseph L. Stevens. Li- 
brarian, Helen Stevens. Assistant Librarian, Fanny K. 
Stacy. 

The Female Charitable Association has rooms in the 
Sawyer Free Library Building. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

The Mayor, President of the Common Council, Isaac N. 
Story, Charles H. Herrick, John S. Quin. 

CAPE ANN SCIENTIFIC AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. 

President, Thomas Conant, M. D. Vice-Presidents, Geo. 
Morse, M. D., Miss Nellie G. Page. Gorr. Sec'y, Edward 
Dolliver. Clerk, Sidney F. Haskell. Treasurer, David 
W. Low. Board of Managers, Mrs. John H. Tappan, D. 
Elwell Woodbury, J. P. Dennett, Miss Sarah G. Duley, 
Miss L. P. Burnham, Curator, Ralph S. Tarr. Regular 
meetings in City National Bank Hall, every first Monday 
evening in each month. 

GLOUCESTER FISHERMEN'S AND SEAMEN'S WIDOWS AND 
ORPHANS AID SOCIETY. 

Organized March, 1862. Annual meeting, first Monday 
in January. Directors meeting, first Monday of each month 
in Low's block, opposite Post-office. President, N. D. Cun- 
ningham. Vice-President, James G. Tarr. Secretary, 
Joseph 0. Procter. Treasurer, Collector, and Disbursing 
Officer, Cyrus Story. Directors, N. D. Cunningham, James 
G. Tarr. Sylvanus Smith, Geo. Steele, Andrew Leighton, 
John J. Pew, Eli 0. Cleaves, Joseph 0. Procter, S. N. 
Hardy, Cyrus Story, Geo. Dennis, Michael Walen, F. G. 
Wonson, Samuel Lane, S. Cunningham. 

GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. 

President, James H. Mansfield. Vice-President, Miss 
Mary A. Clark. Secretary, Eliza B. Rogers. Treasurer, 
^Edward Dolliver. Executive Committee, John Corliss, Wm. 
T. Cunningham, Miss Clara M. Loring. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Organized February 19, 1813. Rooms, 81 Main street. 
Open daily, except Sundays, from 2 to 9.30 p. m. Annual? 
meeting third Wednesday evening in December. - President, 
.Daniel 0. Marshall. Vice-President, William H. Garland. 
Bee. Sec'y, Fred. E. Ford. Gen'l Sec'y, John H. Collins. 
Treasurer, Hazen L. Follansbee. Gospel meeting every 
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. 

COMMONWEALTH CLUB. 

Webster block, Main street. President, John J. Stan- 
wood. Vice-President, C. S. Tappan. Secretary, James 
D. Stacy. Treasurer, Howard Steele. 

CAPE ANN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Annual meeting in February. President, George M. 
Wonson. Corr. Sec'y, D.W. Low. Bee. Sec'y and Treas., 
W. H. Haskell. 

BOSTON SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY. 

Summer Laboratory at Annisquam. Director , Prof. Hyatt. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. . 237 

MASONIC. 

WHXIAM FERSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

Constituted November, 18*71. Regular communications 
first and third Wednesday evenings at Masonic Hall. H.P., 
John Corliss ; K., John P. Dennett ; S., John Lloyd ; Sec, 
Addison Center ; Treas., S. S. Day ; G. H., David W. Low; 
P. S., William M. Gaffney ; R. A. G., Andrew Elwell ; 
M. 3d V., John Trask ; M. 2d V., J. Warren Wonson ; 
M. 1st V., Edgar Marchant ; J. S., Frank Miller; 8. S., 
Frank Stanwood ; Chaplain, Robert R. Fears ; Tyler, 
Solomon Sargent. 

TYRIAN LODGE, A. F. AND A. M. 

Chartered by the M. W. Joseph Warren, G.M., of the 
Continent of America, March 2, A. L. 5710. Petitioners 
for the Charter, Philip Marnett, John Fletcher, George 
Brown, Andrew Geddings, Barnett Harkin, David Parker, 
Epes Sargent, jr. W.M., Leonard J. Presson ; S. W., John 
Corliss ; J. W., E. Archer Bradley ; S.D., Frank Stanwood ; 
J.D., Edgar Marchant ; S.St. Benjamin G. Cook ; J.St., 
John Hodgki.ns ; Marshal, Horace Marshall ; Sec, William 
P. Dolliver ; Treas., Sargent S. Day; Tyler, Solomon 
Sargent. Regular communications the first Tuesday in 
each month at Masonic Hall, Gloucester Bank building. 

ACACIA LODGE, A. F. AND A. M. 

Instituted August 3, 1865. W.M., Frank Miller ; S.W., 
W. A. Niles; J.W., Samuel P. Smith; S.D., Clifford M. 
Curtis ; J.D., Joseph Parsons ; Chaplain, William B. 
Coombs ; Treas., William S. Wonson ; Marshal, S. F. 

Maker; S.S., J. F. Corliss; J.S., Spinney; Sec, 

Thomas Renton ; Tyler, J. Warren Wonson. Regular 
communications first Friday in each month at Masonic 
Hall, Independent Block, East Gloucester. 

I. 0. of ODD FELLOWS. 

OCEAN LODGE, NO. 91. 

Instituted Sept. 10, 1845. Meet Monday evenings at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 91 Main street. Sec, William P. Dol- 
liver ; Treas., John Procter. 

CAPE ANN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 33. 

Instituted Nov. 8, 1866. Meet first and third Thursdays 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, 91 Main street. Scribe, Howard G. 
Lane ; Treas., Enoch Burnham. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

CAPE ANN LODGE, NO. 55. 

Meet Wednesday evenings at Pythian Hall, 824 Wash- 
ington, Lanesville. K. of R. and S., Rufus McLellan. 

CONSTANTINE LODGE, NO. 68. 

Meet Thursday evenings at 329 Main street. G. 0.* 
Charles A. Story ; K. of R. and S., John W. Going. 



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ROYAL ARCANUM. 

GLOUCESTER COUNCIL, NO. 319. 

Regent, William T. Merchant. Secretary, Aaron Parsons. 
Collector, Alfred F. Stickney. Treasurer, Henry Center. 
Meet at G. A. R. Hall twice a month. 

KNTGHTS OF HONOR. 

HESPERUS LODGE, NO. 1481. 

Meet in Temple of Honor Hall, second and fourth Tues- 
day evenings. Dictator, Alonzo F. Harvey. Reporter, 
T. H. Fuller. 



UNITED ORDER GOLDEN CROSS. 

ROANOKE COMMANDER Y, NO. 110. 

Meet first and third Thursday evenings at Temple of 
Honor Hall. N. Com., J. S. Allen. Keeper of Records, 
Addison Witham. 



LEGION OP HONOR. 

ROGER CONANT COUNCIL. 

Meet in G. A. R. Hall, 111 Main street. Com. 
William H. Pomeroy. Secretary, Miss Ida Mayo. 



Dr. 



TEMPERANCE ORGANIZATIONS. 

I. O. OF GOOD TEMPLARS, FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 35. 

Instituted May, 1862. Meet Wednesday evenings at 
G. A. R. Hall, 171 Main street. 

NEPTUNE TEMPLE OF HONOR AND TEMPERANCE, NO. 26. 

Instituted March 6, 1867. Meet Monday evenings at 
Templars' Hall, 177 Main street. 

ATLANTIC TEMPLE OF HONOR, NO. 49. 

Instituted April 24, 1878. Meet Thursday evenings at 
Temple of Honor Hall, 177 East Main street. 

AGAMENTICUS LODGE, NO. 85. 

Instituted January 1, 1876. Meet Friday evenings at 
Good Templars 7 Hall, Lanesville. 

NEPTUNE COUNCIL, NO. 14, T. OF H. AND T. 

Instituted February 27, 1868. Meet monthly at Temple 
of Honor Hall, Burnham's Block. 

GLOUCESTER TEMPERANCE UNION. 

Incorporated April 10, 1884. Meet second and fourth 
Thursday evenings at Scientific Hall, City National Bank 
Building. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT DIVISION, NO. 38, S. OF T. 

Instituted July, 1882. Meet Friday evenings at Sons 
of Temperance Hall, 193 East Main street. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 239 

GRANITE DIVISION SONS OF TEMPERANCE, NO. 63. 

Meet Wednesday evenings in School-house Building, 
Stanwood street, Riverdale. 

ANNISQUAM TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. 

Meet Sunday evenings in rooms 34 Leonard street. 

FRANKLIN LODGE, NO. 131, I. O. G. T. 

Meet Thursday evenings in old School-house, Riverdale. 
RAILROADS. 

GLOUCESTER BRANCH EASTERN RAILROAD. 

Boston to Gloucester and Rockport. Herbert C. Taft, 
Station Agent. 

STAGES. 

GLOUCESTER AND EAST GLOUCESTER. 

Leaves Procter Brothers, 180 Main street, from ? a.m. to 
9.15 p. m. Saturdays, 10 p. m. E. Sargent Thomas, Prop. 

ESSEX, WEST GLOUCESTER, AND GLOUCESTER. 

Leaves Essex daily at T a. m. Leaves T6 Main street, 
Gloucester, 4 p. m. Richard H. Lee, Proprietor. 

Annisquam, 88 Main street, four times daily. Oren E. 
Griffin, Proprietor. 

Annisquam, 76 Main street. S. H. Colby, Proprietor. 

Lanesville, 76 Main street. Harvey Bros., Proprietors. 
Leaves Lanesville 6.15, 7.30 a. m.; 12.15, 3.45 p. m. Leaves 
Gloucester 9 a. m.; 12.15, 4, 6.15 p. m. 

STEAMBOATS. 

BOSTON AND GLOUCESTER LINE. 

Wharf, foot of Duncan street. Steamers "George A. 
Chaffee/' "City of Gloucester," Abbott Coffin, Agent. 
Leaves Gloucester for Boston daily at 3 a. m. Leaves 
Boston for Gloucester daily, from Central wharf, at 2 p. m. 

EAST GLOUCESTER FERRY. 

From Duncan's Point to East Gloucester. Douglass 
Brothers, Proprietors. Regular trips from 6.30 a. m. to 
9.20 p. m. 

INSURANCE and other COMPANIES. 

GLOUCESTER MUTUAL FISHING INSURANCE COMPANY. 

First National Bank building. George Steele, President. 
James G. Tarr, Vice-President. Cyrus Story, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

GLOUCESTER EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Low's block, opp. Post-office. Capital stock, $100,000. 
Robert R. Fears, President. John Cunningham, Secretary. 

ANNISQUAM MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Annisquam. C. A. Fernald, Pres. James S. Jewett, Sec, 



240 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

GLOUCESTER GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Duncan's Point. Incorporated 1854. Capital stock, 
$62,300. Par value per share, $50. Annual meeting of 
stockholders, third Tuesday in June. F. H. Odiorne, 
President. John A. Coffin, Superintendent and Agent. 

CAPE ANN ANCHOR WORKS. 

Organized 1866. Capital $37,500. Works foot of Whit- 
temore street. George R. Bradford, Treasurer. M. T. 
Denham, Secretary. W. N. Fisher, Agent and Supt. 

CAPE ANN GRANITE COMPANY. 

Organized April, 1869. Jonas H. French, President. 
H. H. Bennett, Secretary and Treasurer. Quarries at 
Bay View. 

ANNISQUAM GRANITE COMPANY. 

Organized 1814. J. A. Dennison, President and Treas. 

GLOUCESTER ISINGLASS AND GLUE COMPANY. 

Organized 1875. George Perkins, President. John S. 
Rogers, Treasurer and Supt. Factory on Eastern av. 

RUSSIA CEMENT CO. 

Established 1*876. Incorporated 1882. Capital $30,000. 
George R. Bradford, President. Reuben Brooks, Sect, and 
Treas. Works on Essex avenue, W. G. Manufacture 
fish-glue and cements. 

LANES VILLE GRANITE CO. 

Organized May, 1873. Capital $50,000. Eben Blatch- 
ford, President. John Butman, Treas. and Agent. 

UNION HAMMOCK CO. 

Incorporated 1883. Capital $25,000. Benjamin F. Hunt, 
President. Andrew Lee, Treasurer. Manufacture ham- 
mock and tennis nets. 

GLOUCESTER WATER SUPPLY CO. 

Joseph 0. Procter, President. David W. Low, Clerk. 
George H. Norman, Robert R. Fears, Samuel A. Stacy, 
Henry W. Parmenter, H. K. Weaver, Directors. 

GLOUCESTER NET AND TWINE CO. 

Incorporated 1884. Capital $125,000. Wm. Stowe, of 
Boston, President. John G. Dennis, of Rockport, Vice- 
President. Joseph 0. Procter, Treas. and Clerk. 

GLOUCESTER ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. 

Organized May 5, 1884. Capital $12,500. Loring B. 
Haskell, President. William H. Jordan, Vice-President. 
Charles S. Tappan, Treas. and Clerk. Station on Vincent 
Point. 

GLOUCESTER FISH DRYING CO. 

Incorporated 1884. ' Capital $20,000. Charles H. Pew, 
President. John K. Dustin, jr., Treasurer. Works foot 
of Whittemore street. Manufacture Fertilizers. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 241 

NEWSPAPERS. 

CAPE ANN WEEKLY ADVERTISER. 

Terms $2.50 per year in advance. Procter Bros., editors 
and proprietors, 110 Main street. (See page 287) 

CAPE ANN BULLETIN. 

Established in 1877. Successor to the Gloucester Tele- 
graph, established in 1827. Published every Wednesday 
by the Cape Ann Bulletin Co. 191 Main street. Terms 
$2 per year in advance. (See line on back cover.) 

CAPE ANN EVENING BREEZE. 

Daily. Published by the Cape Ann Bulletin Co., 191 
Main street. Terms : $3 per year, 1 cent per copy. (See 
line on back cover) 

CAPE ANN SUNDAY CALL. 

News Publishing Co., F. A. Wiggin, manager, 23 Dun- 
can st. Terms: $2 per year; single copy 4 cents (See 
page 281) 

GLOUCESTER DAILY NEWS, 

F. A. Wiggin, manager, 23 Duncan st. 1 cent a copy. 
(See page 281) .. ,. 

MAGNOLIA LEAVES. 

Published during the summer season by Mrs. M. H. 
Bray and S. F. Haskell. Cape Ann Bulletin Co., printers, 
191 Main street. 

MILITARY. 

COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

Organized August 7, 1852. Armory in Rogers' Hall. 
Captain, Fitz E. Oakes, jr. 1st Lieut., E. Gilbert Win- 
chester. 2d Lieut., William A. Pew, jr. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC, POST 45. 

Organized February 4, 1868. Meet in Parkhurst's block, 
Thursday evenings. Commander, William H. Cross. 

BANKS. 

GLOUCESTER NATIONAL BANK. 

Main street, nearly opposite the Post-office. Capital, 
$300,000. E. W. Merchant, President. William Babson, 
Cashier. John Corliss, Teller. Dan'l T. Babson, jr., Clerk. 

CAPE ANN NATIONAL BANK. 

No. 154 Main st. Capital, $150,000. John G. Dennis, 
President. Hiram Rich, Cashier. Henry Center, Book 1 per. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOUCESTER. 

Low's block, directly opposite the Post-office. Capital, 
$200,000. J. 0. Procter, President. Geo. H. Perkins, 
Vice-President. Geo. R. Bradford, Cashier. John Gott, 
Teller. Charles E. Fisher, Bookkeeper. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



CITY NATION AL BANK. 

Main street, opposite the Post-office. Capital, $150,000. 
Addison Gilbert, President. William A. Pew, Cashier. 
William T. Cunningham, Clerk. 

CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK. 

No. 51 Main street. Incorporated 1846. Amount of de- 
posits, $1,481,587.68. Surplus and guarantee, $64,189.17. 
Addison Gilbert, President. George J. Marsh, Treasurer. 
John S. Webber, jr., Clerk. 

CEMETERIES. 

OAK GROVE CEMETERY. 

No. 121 Washington street, near Grove. Incorporated 
1856. Epes W. Merchant, President. Edward H. Griffin, 
Superintendent. 

MT. ADNAH CEMETERY. 

Annisquam. William W. Chard, President. John A. 
Going, Treasurer and Secretary. 



BEECH BROOK CEMETERY. 

West Gloucester. Entrance from Essex avenue, 
longing to the city. 



Be- 



CIIERRY HIM, CEMETERY. 

Entrance from Washington street. Belonging to the 
city. William Butler, Superintendent. 



OAK HIIX CEMETERY. 

Entrance from Poplar street. Roman Catholic. 
J. J. Healy, Superintendent. 



Rev. 



MAGNOMA POINT CEMETERY. 

Magnolia Point. 

MT. PLEASANT CEMETERY. 

Located on Mt. Pleasant avenue, East Gloucester. 
Henry Harrison, Superintendent. 

LOCUST GROVE CEMETERY. 

Junction of Washington and Langsford streets, at Folly 
Cove, Lanesville. John E. Mason, Superintendent. 

WESLEYAN CEMETERY. 

At Riverdale. Henry N. Kidder, Superintendent. 

HIGH-STREET CEMETERY. 

Prospect, head of Church street 

WASHINGTON CEMETERY. 

No. 164 Western avenue. Incorporated 1884. Isaac 
P. Morse, Superintendent. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 243 

CUSTOM HOUSE. 

Main street, cor. Pleasant. Office hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Collector, Fitz J. Babson. Deputy Collector, Addison Center. 
Inspectors, T. F. Parsons, jr., B. F. Blatchford, Sidney- 
Gardner, B. F. Cook, Howard Low. Janitor, Edward Mc- 
Quinn. Clerk, Aaron Parsons. Boatman, Henry DeVries. 

LIGHT HOUSES AND HARBOR. 

MGHT HOUSE AT EASTERN POINT. 

Keeper — George G. Bailey. 

TEN POUND ISLAND LIGHT. 

Keeper — Charles J. Hooper. 

ANNISQUAM LIGHT. 

Keeper — Dennison Hooper. 

COMMISSIONER OF WRECKS. 

N. D. Cunningham, 66 Commercial street, Gloucester. 

BOARD OF PORT WARDENS FOR GLOUCESTER AND 
ROCKPORT. ~ 

George W. Somes, Charles Babson, John Hawson. Of- 
fice, 14 Main street, Gloucester. 

HARBOR MASTER. 

John M. Anderson. 

POST OFFICES. 

GLOUCESTER POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, David W. Low. Assistant Postmaster, John 
Lakeman. Office open daily (Sundays excepted), from 7 
a.m. to 7 p.m. Letter Carriers, James M. Allen, Supt. ; 
Fitz E. Oakes, jr., Win. R. Caig, Charles E. Story. Hiram 
W. Buffinton and Henry Wilson, substitutes. 

Mails from 
*Boston at 7 and 9 a.m., 12.30, 3.45 and 5 p.m. 
Salem and vicinity, incl. Lynn, at 7 and 9 a.m., and 3.45 p.m. 
New York, at 7 and f9 a.m., and 12.30, 3.45 and 5 p.m. 
Eastern Mail, at 5 and 6.30 p.m. 

Canadian Provinces, via Salem, at 9 a.m. and 3.45 p.m. 
Rockport and Pigeon Cove, at 10.15 a.m. and 5.15 p.m. 
East Gloucester, at 9 a.m., and 12.45 and 3.40 p.m. 
Annisquam and Lanesville, at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. 
West Gloucester and Essex, at 9.15 a.m. 
Manchester, at 3.45 p.m. 
Magnolia, at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

* The mails for Gloucester close at Boston at 6.10 A.M., and 1.30 and 5.30 P.M., the 

latter arriving in Gloucester on the 8 P.M. train. 
t The New York mail, due at 9 a.m., comes direct. 



244 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

Mails Close for 
Boston at 7 and 9.45 a.m., and 1, 4.40 and 7 p.m. 
Salem and vicinity, incl. Lynn, at 9.45 a.m., 1 and 4.40 p.m. 
New York and South, at 7 and 9.45 a.m., 1, *4.40 and 7 p.m. 
Eastern Mail, at 7 a.m. (direct) lu 

Canadian Provinces, via Salem, at 9.45 a.m., 1 and 4.40 p.m. 
Rockport and Pigeon Cove, at 8.30 a.m. and 3.15 p.m. 
East Gloucester, at 8.30 a.m., and 12.40 and 3.30 p.m. 
Annisquam and Lanesville, at 8.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. 
West Gloucester and Essex, at 3.30 p.m. 
Manchester, at 9.45 a.m. 
Magnolia, at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. 

* The New York mail, closing at 4.40 P.M., goes direct. 
EAST GLOUCESTER POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Joseph Parsons. 
Mails close at 8.40 a.m., and 12t20 and 3.20 p.m. 
Mails arrive at 9.30 a.m., and 1.30 and 4.30 p.m. 
All other mails correspond with the mails at Gloucester. 

WEST GLOUCESTER POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Henry C. L. Haskell. 
Mails close at 8.15 a.m. Mails arrive at 4.45 p.m. 

ANNISQUAM POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, John D. Davis. 

Mails close at 7.45 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. Majils arrive at 9.45 
a.m. and 4.45 p.m. 

LANESVILLE POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Fitz E. Griffin. 

Mails close at 7.30 a.m. and 12.15 p.m. Mails arrive at 

10.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

BAT VIEW POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, H. H. Bennett. 

Mails close at 7.45 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. Mails arrive at 10 

a.m. and 5 p.m. 

MAGNOLIA POST-OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Mrs. Sophia J. Tuck. 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 245 

COURTS AND COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Supreme Judicial Court. 

Chief Justice — Marcus Morton, of Andover. 

This Court is held at Salem, on the third Tuesday of 
April, and first Tuesday of November. 

Law and Jury term, first Tuesday in November. 

Reporter, John Lathrop, of Boston. 

Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court for the Commonwealth — 
John Noble, of Boston. 

Clerk of the Courts for the County of Essex — Alfred A. 
Abbott, of Peabody. Office in the Court House, Salem. 

Assistant Clerk — George R. Lord, of Salem. 

Superior Court. 

Chief Justice — Lincoln F. Brigham, of Salem. 

This Court is held for civil business at Salem, on the first 
Monday of June and December; at Newburyport on the 
first Monday of September ; at Lawrence on the first Mon- 
day of March ; and for criminal business, at Salem, on the 
fourth Monday of January ; at Newburyport on the second* 
Monday of May ; and at Lawrence on the first Monday of 
October. 

District Attorney for Essex County — Henry F. Hurlburt, 
of Lynn. 

Court of Probate for Essex County. 

Judge — George F. Choate, of Salem. . 

Register — Jeremiah T. Mahoney, of Salem. Assistant 
Register — Ezra D. Hines, of Danvers. 

The records are kept at the office of the Register, in the 
Court House, in Salem. 

The Probate Court sits as follows : — 

Salem, first and third Monday in every month, except 
third Monday in August; Newburyport, fourth Monday in 
January, March, May, June, July, September, and Novem- 
ber; Gloucester, fourth Monday in April and October; 
Haverhill, second Monday in April and October ; Lawrence, 
second Monday in January, March, May, June, July, Sep- 
tember, and November. 

County Officers. 

County Commissioners — John W. Raymond, of Beverly. 
Term expires January 1, 1885. Edward R. Bishop, of 
Haverhill. Term expires Jan. 1, 1886. Geo. J. L. Colby, 
of Newburyport. Term expires Jan. 1, 1887. 

Special Commissioners — Orlando B. Tenney, of George- 
town, Daniel B. Lord, of Salem. Their meetings are held 
as follows : At Ipswich, on the second Tuesday of April ; 
Salem, second Tuesday of July, and every Monday during 



246 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 

the year ; Lawrence, last Tuesday in August ; Newbury- 
port, second Tuesday of October; and on the fourth Tues- 
day of December, at Salem, Ipswich, or Newburyport, as 
the Court may determine. 

Clerk of County Commissioners — A. A. Abbott, of Peabody 

Masters in Chancery for Essex County — Geo. F. Ohoate, 
Nathaniel J. Holden, and Charles W. Richardson, of Salem ; 
Aretas R. Sanborn, and Andrew C. Stone, of Lawrence ; 
John W. Tilton, of Haverhill ; Henri N. Woods, of Rock- 
port ; W. C. Fabens and Thomas B. Newhall, of Lynn. 

Commissioners of Insolvency — John J. Flaherty, of Glou- 
cester ; William F. Moyes, of Lawrence ; Frank C. Rich- 
ardson, of Essex. 

County Treasurer — E. Kendall Jenkins, of Andover. 
Office, Court House, Salem. 

Registers of Deeds — Southern District, Chas. S. Osgood, 
of Salem. Assistant, James Shatswell. Office, Court House, 
Salem. Northern District, John R. Poor. Office, Court 
House, Lawrence. 

Sheriff of Essex County — Horatio G. Herrick, Lawrence. 

Deputy Sheriff — William Cronin, for Gloucester. 

Public Administrator — Thos. H. Fuller, 9 Exchange st. 

Commissioner of Wrecks — N. D. Cunningham, 69 Wash- 
ington street. 

Medical Examiner — Dr. Geo. B. Stevens, 42 Middle st. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

Albert C. Andrews, Edward Babson, John J. Babson, 
Henry A. Burnham, Addison Center, Henry Center, Ben- 
jamin H. Corliss, John Corliss, William Cronin, John Cun- 
ningham, William T. Cunningham, James Davis, William 
P. Dolliver, Robert R. Fears, John J. Flaherty, Hazen L. 
Follansbee, Elbridge G. Friend, Joseph Garland, Howard 
E. Gaffney, George E. Lane, David W. Low, Charles 
Marston, M. J. McNeirny, Joseph A. Moore, Aaron 
Parsons, William A. Pew, jr., John C. Pierce, George W. 
Plumer, Joseph 0. Procter, John Robinson, Allan Rogers, 
Charles A. Russell, Levi Saunders, Samuel E. Sawyer, John 
J. Somes, John H. Stacy, Cyrus Story, Moses Tarr, Chas. 
P. Thompson, John Trask, John S. Webber, John S. 
Webber, jr., William Williams, George F. Winter, Henri 
N. Woods, Sumner D. York, Humphrey L. Calder, James 
S. Jewett. 

COMMISSIONERS TO QUALIFY CIVIL OFFICERS. 

Charles P. Thompson, John S. Webber, Henri N. Woods. 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS. 

John S. Webber, for State of Maine; office, 20 Middle st. 

MASTER IN CHANCERY. 

Henri N. Woods; office, 111 Main street. 



R0CKP0RT TOWN OFFICERS. 

1884. 



Selectmen, Assessors, and Overseers of the Poor — Austin 
W. Story, Nathaniel Richardson, jr., N. F. S. York. 

School Committee — Dr. John E. Sanborn, John C. Pierce, 
James S. Rogers. 

Town Clerk — Calvin W. Pool. 

Town Treasurer — Dr. Joseph Manning. 

Constables and Police — Walter G. Peckham, Jesse 
Savage, Henry 0. Pingree. 

Collector of Taxes — Abraham Lurvey. 

Keeper of Almshouse — Samuel W. Burt. 

Surveyors of Highways — Theodore L. Pool, A. W. 
Woolford. 

Auditing Committee — Henry Dennis, John G. Dennis, 
John C. Pierce. 

Engineers of the Fire Department — John Parsons, Chief 
Engineer, Alden Choate, Clerk, George Elwell, Elbridge 
Witham, jr., William G. Davis, Alden Choate. 

Engine Co. No. 1 (Pigeon Cove) — Christopher N. Mor- 
gan, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 2 (Silver Grey) — Isaac P. Fears, 
Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 3 ( Votary) — George P. Hodgkins, 
Foreman. 

Hose Co. No. 1 ( Chas. H. Parsons) — Peter M. Lloyd, 
Foreman. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — Roger S. Tarr. 

Fence Viewers — Christopher N. Morgan, Freeman 
Mitchell, Fletcher Parsons. 

Measurer of Wood and Bark — Daniel T. Tarr. 

Surveyor of Lumber — John Hooper. 

Qaugers of Oil — Loring Grimes, John Story, jr. 

Field Drivers — F. B. Hodgkins, Edward Colburn. 

Pound Keeper — The keeper of the Almshouse. 

Board of Health — The Board of Selectmen. 

Town Physician — Dr. Charles B. Hall. 

Library Committee -Francis Tarr, Henri N. Woods, 
N. F. S. York. 

Justices of the Peace — Zeno A. Appleton, Eben Blatch- 
ford, Jason L. Curtis, Henry Dennis, jr., Eli Gott, Joseph 
Manning, John W. Marshall, John C. Pierce, Calvin W. 
Pool, N. F. S. York. 



ROCKPORT 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Apothecaries. 

Blatchford E. jr. 32 Main 

Hoyt D. Brainerd, Bank building, Main street 

Mason A. J., Pigeon Cove 

Baker. 

Knowlton Eben, 12 King 

Bank. 
Rockport National Bank, George W. Tufts, cashier, Bank 
building, Main street 

Blacksmiths. 
Cogswell James, 9 Dock square 
Pingree Henry C., Pigeon Cove 

Boarding Houses. 

Edmands John, Pigeon Cove (summer) 
Leonard Annie A. Miss, Pigeon Cove (summer) 
Pierce Annie E. Mrs., Pigeon Cove 
Eockport Granite Co., Pigeon Cove 
Swett John P., Pigeon Cove (summer) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Davis William G., High, near Baptist Church 
McLane George, 42 Main 
Parsons Alfred, 20 Main 
Story Henry L., Pigeon Cove 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers. 
Davis William G., High, near Baptist Church 
Drown John 0. 4 King 
Fairbanks CD., Dock square 
Gott Eben, 2d, School, opp. Annisquam Mills 
Harper J. G., Pigeon Cove 
Hartley John, jr., School, near Broadway 
Knutsford William, 23 Main 



EOCKPOET BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 249 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Babson Isaac N., Pigeon Cove 
Choate A. B., Mt. Pleasant street 
Choate John N. rear 5 Pleasant 
Clark Albert, 3 Norwood ^ 

Drown Joshph, King street 
Fears Isaac P. rear 59 Main 
Hale Chas. T., Pigeon Cove 
Hooper John & Son, 60 Main 
Knowlton Daniel, King street 
Lloyd Peter M., Broadway- 
Pearson Nehemiah, King, cor. Beach _ 
Savage Jesse, Beach street 
Story James, Pigeon Cove 
Tarr Benjamin, 49 Main 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Lindberg J. L. 16 Main 

Civil Engineer. 

Pool Calvin W., Gott, near School 

Clergymen. 
Healy D. S. (R. C), King street 
Terrell A. W. (M. E.), 97 Main 

Clothing Dealers. 
Stickney J. E. 36 Main 
Tarr J. Truman, Bank building, Main street 

Coal and Wood. 

Marchant William, Pigeon Cove 
Marshall & Stimson, 11 Mt. Pleasant 
Tarr Albert W. 8 Mt. Pleasant ' 

Confectionery, Etc. 

Haskins William, 26 Main 

Margeson G. T., Main, opposite Abbott House 

Prichard B. G. 8 Main 

Conveyancers. 

Appleton Z. A. 26 Main 

Pool Calvin W., Gott, near School 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 

Annisquam Mills, Broadway, corner School, William E. 
Winsor, agent 

Dentists. 

Lowe George A., Bank building 
Manning Joseph, 50 Main 
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250 ROCKPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dry Goods. 
Butman Grafton, 44 Main, cor. Beach • 
Colby W. H., Haskins' block, opp. the church 
Poole J. J. Mrs., Pigeon Cove 
Rowell H. A. Mrs., Dock square 

Expresses. 

Fears & Bray, Boston, Dock square 
Marshall & Co., Boston, Main street 

Fish Market. 
Story & Stevens, Pigeon Cove 

Fish Oils. 
Hodgkins Charles, Bear-skin Neck 

Fisheries. 

Babson David, Pigeon Cove 

Bradley George, Bear-skin Neck (fresh) 

Bradley William H. & J. W., Bear-skin Neck 

Gott Addison, Bear-skin Neck 

Grimes Loring, Bear-skin Neck 

Parsons John, Bear-skin Neck 

Rockport Fish Co., T. wharf (fresh) 

Story John, jr., Pigeon Cove 

Flour and Grain. 

Dennis Wm. A. 4 Dock square 

Nickerson L. E., Railroad avenue, near the depot 

Furniture Dealers. 
Davis W. & Co., Broadway, cor. School 

Granite Quarries. 
(See also Stone Contractors.) 
Bay State Granite Co., Pigeon Cove 
Lurvey & Parker, Pigeon Cove 
Pigeon Hill Granite Co., Pigeon Hill 
Rockport Granite Co., Granite street 
Story Herbert A., Pigeon Cove 

Grocers. 
Bradley William H. & J. W., Bear-skin Neck 
Conley Eliza Mrs., Cove Hill 
Goodwin Alpheus, Pigeon Cove 
Hoyt John, 19 Main 
Kidder B. R., Dock square 
Mayo Enos G., Granite street 
Patch William H. 4 Mt. Pleasant 
Pigeon Hill Granite Co., Pigeon Hill 
Richardson N. jr. 6 Main 



ROCKPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 251 

Robb Andrew, Dock square 
Rockport Granite Co., Granite street 
Rowe Eben, Cove Hill 
Rowe Francis, 18 High 
Smith 0. E. & Bro., Main, cor. Beach 
Story Austin W., Pigeon Cove 
Tarr F. & Brother, 5 Mt. Pleasant 
Thurston & Noble, 1 Dock square 
Union Store, No. 667, Pigeon Cove 
Hairdressers. 
Gamboa Jose M., Pigeon Cove 
Grant Ivory, jr., Railroad avenue 
Moore John Z., Main, opp. the Church 
Pierce John, 4 Dock square 

Hardware. 
Smith L. E., Haskins' block, Main street 

Harness Maker, 
Murray Albert, Mt. Pleasant, foot of Cove Hill 

Hotels. 

Abbott House, J. F. Swett, proprietor, 15 Main 
Linnwood (The), James Hurd, proprietor, Pigeon Cove 
Ocean View House, Sarah A. Lougee, prop., Pigeon Cove 
Pigeon Cove House, Mrs. E. S. Robinson, proprietor, 

Pigeon Cove 
Rockport Hotel, J. S. Eaton, Main, cor. Beach 

Ice. 

Marshall & Stimson, 11 Mt. Pleasant 

Inspector of Pish. 

Story John, jr., Pigeon Cove 

Insurance Agents. 
APPLETON ZENO A. 26 Main 
Cleaves Levi, School, cor. Gott 
Tarr J. Truman & Co., Bank building, Main street 

Isinglass Manufacturers. 

Cape Ann Isinglass and Glue Factory, Railroad avenue 
Haskins Bros., Beach, near King 

Junk. 
Littlefield M. G., Bear-skin Neck 

Laundry. 
Cape Ann Laundry, 36 Main 

Lawyer. 
Pierce John C. 2 Mt. Pleasant 



252 



ROCKPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Lumber Dealers. 
Hooper John & Son, 60 Main 

Mason. 
Witham Elbridge, Pigeon Cove 

Millinery. 
Powers L. A. 0. Mrs, 14 Main 
Thurston William E. Mrs. 34 Main 

Newspapers. 

Eockport Gleaner, L. Cleaves & Co., School, cor. Gott 
Kockport Review, H. C. Cheever, Mt. Pleasant street 

Notaries Public. • 
Clark A. F., High, near Baptist Church 
Parsons Alfred, 24 Main • 

Painters. 

Choate A. & Co., Dock square 
Wheeler Thaddeus, Pigeon Cove 

Periodicals. 

Clark Henry, Dock square 

Margeson G. T., Main, opp. Abbott House 

Photographer. 
Dailey E. V. 52 Main 

Physicians. 

Hall Charles B., Broadway (hom.) 
Manning Joseph, 50 Main 
Sanborn John E. 6 Broadway 
Tupper A. M., Mt. Pleasant street 

Pianos. 
Cleaves Levi, Broadway, near School 

Plumber. 
Smith L. E., Haskins* block, Main street 

Provisions. 

Currier George W. & Co. .5 Main 
Gee James, 21 Main 
Goodwin Alpheus, Pigeon Cove 
Shepherd George B., Pigeon Cove 

Pump and Block Maker. 

Burnham Newell, 8 Dock square 

Heal Estate Agent. 
APPLETON ZENO A. 26 Main 



ROCKPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 253 

Saloons. 

Breen Catharine, Bear-skin Neck 
Knight J. S. opposite the depot 

Stables. 

Marchant William, Pigeon Cove 
Tarr & Co. 40 Main 
Woolford A. R., Pigeon Cove 

Stone Contractors. 

Bay State Granite Co., Pigeon Cove 
Pigeon Hill Granite Co., Pigeon Hill 
Rockport Granite Co., Granite street 

Surveyor (Land). 

Pool Calvin W. ; Gott, near School 

Tailor. 

Tarr J. Truman, Bank building, Main street 

Teamsters. 
Brooks John F., Cleave, opposite the church 
Norwood Reuben, Beach, opposite Main 
Roberts Stephen, 12 Dock square 
Woodford A. R., Pigeon Cove 

Telegraph Companies. 
Commercial Cable Co., Mt. Pleasant 

Western Union Telegraph Co., G. T. Margeson, manager, 
Main, opposite Abbott House 

Tinsmiths and Stove Dealers. 
Bartlett Joseph, 2 Mt. Pleasant 
Smith L. E., Hasans' block, Main street 

Undertaker. 
Choate Caleb S., Mt. Pleasant street, Cove Hill 

Variety Stores. 
Brown William M., Pigeon Cove 
Gammage Stephen, 4 Main 
Story Henry L., Pigeon Cove 
Tufts Joseph, 1 Main 

Watchmaker and Jeweller. 

Manning William N. 38 Main 

Wheelwrights. 

Stanley Samuel, Pigeon Cove 

Webber Philip, School, near Annisquam Mills 



254—264 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1880. 



Total, 



1,783,086. 



BARNSTABLE CO. 

Barnstable - 4,250 

Brewster- - 1,144 

Chatham - - 2,252 

Dennis - - 3,290 

Eastham - - 692 

Falmouth - 2,422 

Harwich - - 3,265 

Mashpee - - 34 7 

Orleans - - 1,294 
Provincetown 4,345 

Sandwich - 3,544 

Truro - - - 1,019 

Wellfleet- - 1,908 

Yarmouth - 2,173 

Total - 31^945 

BERKSHIRE CO. 

Adams - - 5,593 
Alford - - 348 
Becket - - 1,123 
Cheshire - - 1,537 
Clarksburg - 724 
Dalton - - 2,052 
Egremont - 875 
Florida - - 459 
Gt.Barrington 4,658 
Hancock - - 642 
Hinsdale - - 1,595 
Lanesborough 1,278 
Lee - - - 3,939 
Lenox- - - 2,043 
Monterey - 635 
Mt. Washington 205 
New Ashford 203 
" Marlboro* 1,876 
NorthAdams 10,192 
Otis --- 785 
Peru - - - 403 
Pittsfield - 13,367 
Richmond - 1,124 



Sandisfield - 1,107 
Savoy- - - 715 
Sheffield - - 2,204 
Stockbridge- 2,360 
Tyringham - 542 
Washington- 492 
W.Stockb'ge 1,934 
Williamstown 3,395 
Windsor - - 644 

Total 



69,049 



BRISTOL CO. 

Acushnet - 1,105 

Attleboro' 11,111 

Berkeley - - 927 
Dartmouth - 3,430 

Dighton - - 1,791 

Easton - - 3,902 

Fairhaven - 2,875 

Fall River 49,006 

Freetown - 1,329 

Mansfield - 2,765 
NewBedford 26,875 

Norton - - 1,732 

Raynham- - 1,681 

Rehoboth- - 1,891 

Seekonk - - 1,228 

Somerset- - 2,006 

Swanzey - - 1,356 

Taunton - 21,213 

Westport - 2,898 

Total - 139,121 

DUKES CO. 

Chilmark - - 494 
CottageCity- 679 

Edgartown - 1,301 

Gay Head - 161 

Gosnold - - 154 

Tisbury - - 1,516 

Total - - 4,305 



ESSEX CO. 

Amesbury - 3,355 
Andover - - 5,171 
Beverly - - 8,445 
Boxford - - 824 
Bradford - - 2,643 
Danvers - - 6,636 
Essex - - - 1,670 
Georgetown- 2,231 
Gloucester 19,329 
Groveland - 2,227 
Hamilton - 935 
Haverhill- 18,475 
Ipswich - - 3,699 
Lawrence, 39,178 
Lynn - - 38,284 
Lynnfield - 686 
Manchester - 1,640 
Marblehead - 7,467 
Merrimac - 2,237 
Methuen - - 4,392 
Middleton - 1,000 
Nahant - - 808 
Newbury - 1,566 
Newburyp't 13,537 
N. Andover- 3,217 
Peabody - - 9,028 
Rockport - 3,912 
Rowley - - 1,201 
Salem - - 27,598 
Salisbury - 4,079 
Saugus - - 2,626 
Swampscott- 2,501 
Topsfield- - 1,165 
Wenham - - 889 
W.Newbury 1,989 

Total - 244,640 

FRANKLIN CO. 

Ashfield - - 1,062 
Bernardston- 934 
Buckland - 1,739 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



265 



Charlemont 
Colerain - 
Conway - 
Deerfield - 
Erving - 
Gill - - 
Greenfield 
Hawley - 
Heath - - 
Leverett - 
Leyden - 
Monroe - 
Montague 
New Salem 
Northfield 
Orange - 
Rowe - - 
Sbelburne 
Shutesbury 
Sunderland 
Warwick 
Wendell - 
Whately - 

Total - 



- 932 

- i,m 

- 1,760 

- 3,543 

- 872 

- 733 

- 3,903 

- 592 

- 560 

- 742 

- 507 

- 166 

- 4,876 

- 869 

- 1,603 

- 3,171 

- 502 

- 1,621 

- 529 

- 755 

- 713 

- 465 

- 1,074 



Agawam - 
Blandford 
Brimfield - 
Chester - 
Chicopee - 
Granville 
Hampden 
Holland - 
Holyoke - 



36,000 



HAMPDEN CO. 



- 2,216 

- 979 

- 1,203 

- 1,473 
11,325 

- 1,205 

- 958 

- 302 
21,851 



Longmeadow 1,401 
Ludlow - - 1,526 
Monson - - 3,758 
Montgomery 303 
Palmer - - 5,504 
Russell - - 823 
Southwick - 1,104 
Springfield 33,340 
Tolland - - 452 
Wales - - 1,030 
Westfield - 7,587 
W Springfield4,149 
Wilbraham - 1,628 



Total - 104,117 



HAMPSHIRE CO. 

Amherst - - 4,299 
Belchertown 2,346 
Chesterfield - 769 
Cummington 881 
Easthampton 4,206 
Enfield - - 1,043 
Goshen - - 327 
Granby - - 753 
Greenwich - 634 
Hadley - - 1,938 
Hatfield - - 1,495 
Huntington- 1,236 
Middlefield - 648 
Northampt'n 12,172 
Pelham - - 614 
Plainfield - 457 
Prescott - - 460 
South Hadley 3,538 
Southampton 1,046 
Ware - - - 4,817 
Westhampton 564 
Williamsburg 2,234 
Worthington 758 

Total - 47,235 

MIDDLESEX CO. 



Acton 


- 1,797 


Arlington 


- 4,100 


Ashby 


- 914 


Ashland - 


- 2,394 


Ayer - - 


- 1,882 


Bedford - 


- 931 


Belmont - 


- 1,615 


Billerica - 


- 2,000 


Boxborougl 1 


i 319 


Burlington 


- 711 


Cambridge 


52,740 


Carlisle - 


- 478 


Chelmsford 


- 2,553 


Concord - 


- 3,922 


Dracut 


- 1,605 


Dunstable 


- 453 


Everett - 


- 4,159 


Framingham 6,235 


Groton - 


- 1,862 


Holliston 


- 3,099 


Hopkinton 


- 4,602 



Hudson - - 3,739 
Lexington - 2,460 
Lincoln - - 882 
Littleton - - 994 
Lowell - 59,485 
Maiden - 12,017 
Marlborough 10, 126 
Maynard - 2,291 
Medford - - 7,573 
Melrose - - 4,560 
Natick - - 8,480 
Newton - 16,995 
N. Reading - 900 
Pepperell - 2,348 
Reading - - 3,181 
Sherborn- - 1,401 
Shirley. - - 1,365 
Somerville 24,985 
Stoneham - 4,891 
Stow - - - 1,045 
Sudbury - - 1,178 
Tewksbury - 2,171 
Townsend - 1,967 
Tyngsboro' - 631 
Wakefield - 5,548 
Waltham 11,711 
Watertown - 5,426 
Wayland- - 1,962 
Westford- - 2,147 
Weston - - 1,448 
Wilmington - 933 
Winchester - 3,802 
Woburn - 10,938 

Total - 317,951 

NANTUCKET CO. 

Nantucket - 3,726 
Total - - 3,726 

NORFOLK CO 

Bellingham - 1,223 

Braintree- - 3,855 

Brookline - 8,053 

Canton - - 4,523 

Cohasset - - 2,182 

Dedham - - 6,224 

Dover- - - 653 

Foxboro' - - 2,951 



266 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



Franklin - 


- 4,051 


Plympton 


- 694 


Holbrook 


- 2,132 


Rochester 


- 1,043 


Hyde Park 


- 7,090 


Rockland 


- 4,553 


Medfield - 


- 1,365 


Scituate - 


- 2,466 


Medway - 


- 3,955 


S. Abington - 3,024 


Milton - 


- 3,206 


S. Scituate 


- 1,820 


Needham 


- 5,254 


Wareham 


- 2,897 


Norfolk - 


- 930 


W. Bridgew'r 1,665 


Norwood 


- 2,345 


Total - 


74,024 


Quincy - 


10,529 






Randolph 


- 4,027 






Sharon - 


- 1,492 


SUFFOLK 


CO. 


Stoughton 


- 4,875 


Boston - 


362,535 


Walpole - 


- 2,494 


Chelsea - 


21,785 


Weymouth 


10,571 


Revere - 


- 2,263 


Wrentham 


- 2,482 


Winthrop 
Total -' 


- 1,043 


Total - 


96,462 


387,626 






WORCESTER CO. 


PLTMOUTE 


[ CO. 


Ashburnham 1,666 


Abington 


- 3,697 


Athol - - 


- 4,307 


Bridgewater 3,620 


Auburn - 


- 1,317 


Brockton - 


13,608 


Barre - - 


- 2,418 


Carver - 


- 1,039 


Berlin 


- 977 


Duxbury - 


- 2,196 


Blackstone 


- 4,908 


E.Bridgewat^TlO 


Bolton 


- 903 


Halifax - 


- 542 


Boylston - 


- 854 


Hanover - 


- 1,897 


Brookfield 


- 2,820 


Hanson - 


- 1,309 


Charlton - 


- 1,900 


Hingham 


- 4,485 


Clinton - 


- 8,030 


Hull - . 


- 383 


Dana - - 


- 736 


Kingston 


- 1,524 


Douglas - 


- 2,241 


Lakeville 


- 1,008 


Dudley - 


- 2,804 


Marion - 


- 958 


Fitchburg 


12,405 


Marshfield 


- 1,785 


Gardner - 


- 4,988 


Mattapoisett 1,365 


Grafton - 


- 4,030 


Middleboro' 


5,237 


Hardwick 


- 2,233 


Pembroke 


- 1,405 


Harvard - 


- 1,253 


Plymouth 


- 7,094 


Holden - 


- 2,499 



Hubbardston 1,386 
Lancaster - 2,008 
Leicester- - 2,779 
Leominster - 5,776 
Lunenburg - 1,101 
Mendon - - 1,094 
Milford - - 9,310 
Millbury - - 4,741 
NewBraintree 610 
Northborough 1,676 
Northbridge- 4,053 
N. Brookfield 4,459 
Oakham - - 869 
Oxford - - 2,604 
Paxton - - 592 
Petersham - 1,109 
Phillipston - 621 
Princeton - 1,100 
Royalston - 1,192 
Rutland - - 1,060 
Shrewsbury- 1,500 
Southborough2,142 
Southbridge 6,465 
Spencer - - 7,466 
Sterling - - 1,414 
Sturbridge - 2,062 
Sutton - - 3,105 
Templeton - 2,789 
Upton- - - 2,023 
Uxbridge - 3,111 
Warren - - 3,889 
Webster - - 5,696 
Westborough 5,214 
W. Boylston 2,994 
W.Brookfield 1,917 
Westminster 1,652 
Winchendon 3,722 
Worcester 58,295 

Total - 226,885 



Statisticians and Publishers 



OF 



No. 155 Franklin Street, Boston, - Mass. 



ADVEBTISING DEPARTMENT. 267 



WILLIAM H. WONSON & SON, 



DEALERS AND CURERS OF 



SMOKED FISH, 




HEAD OF THE HARBOR, 

william h. wonson. ? r*j nTTPTT'QTIJ'P 

WILLIAM H. WONSON, 3d. $ UJLU U KjXdQ JL XiJCV. 



SHUTE & MERCHANT, 

CURERS OP AND DEALERS IN 

Smokefl HaUliut, Dry & Picklefl Fish. 

ALSO 

BONELESS and PREPARED FISH. 
GLOUCESTER. 



OIL MAlTTTFACTTJUEIt. 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Dry and Pickled Fish, 

TONGUES AND SOUNDS. 
425 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 



GEO. L. JEFFERY, 
3?i?iixt;e:i? | Stationer 

311 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



CHARLES J. GRAY, 

DEALER IN 

FimWATES, SPORTING G00DS,CUTLERY,LOCKS, KEVS & FANCY GOODS 

Gun and Lock Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. 

227 maim" sTnggr. 

18 



268 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



L. A. BURNHAM & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



COTTON FISHING LINES. 

Tarred Lines a Specialty. 

OFFICE, 179 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 

LINE-WALK AND FACTORY AT MAPIEWOOD. 



8AILMAKER, 

AND DEAI4ER IN 

X>xs.ols_ Sk,m.<3L Cordage. 

HOTH'S BEST EUSSIA HEMP BOLT KOPE for PURSE LINES. 
Also, Bunting, Flags, Flys and Signals. 

33 WHARF ST., FOOT OF WATER S T., GLOUCESTER. 

Tents, Awnings, Wagon Covers, and Window Shades made to order. 



MOSES L. ANDREWS, 

iar Maker. 




PUMPS & BLOCKS. 

5 ROGERS ST., 
GLOUCESTER. 



JOHN ANDERSON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Anderson's A 1 Black and 
Yellow 

OILED CLOTHING 

Made at Gloucester, Mass. 
Also a Complete Stock of Fisher- 
men's Outfits constantly on 
hand at 

290 MAIN STREET. 



GLOUCESTER DYE HOUSE, 

251 and 253 Main St, 
DYEING AND CLEANSING 

In all its branches 
DONE IN A SUPERIOR STYLE. 

The public are assured that no pains 
will be spared to merit their patronage. 

0. W. OEOWE, Proprietor. - 



EBEN H. LUFKIN, 

BLACKSMITH. 

HORSE SHOEING, 
CARRIAGE WORK, 

AND 

JOBBING. 
78 Western Avenue, 

GLOUCESTER. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



269 



HiaGKCSTS & GIFFOED, 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



YACHTS, 
SEINE BOATS, 

DINKIES, 
ROW BOATS, 




SAIL BOATS, 
m YAWLS, 
AND 
SURF BOATS. 



AN ASSORTMENT OF 

BOAT BUILDERS' HARDWARE, 

And OARS of all hinds. 

MANUFACTORY, HEAD OF THE HARBOR. 

P. O. ADDRESS, BOX! 130. GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



SAM'L V. COLBY, 

SAILMAKER, 



AND DEALER IN 



DUCK and CORDAGE. 

BHntiiig, Flys, &c, constantly onlaaa. 

D. 0. & H. BABSOFS WHARF, 

375 Main St., Gloucester. 



HARVEY & TARE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PATENT IRON STEAPT BLOCKS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

SHIP CHANDLERY. 

91 Duncan St., head Fears' Whf. 

ALSO 

Geo. Harvey, Blacksmith, 
97 & 99 Duncan St., Gloucester. 



JOSEPH SIMPSON, 

Dealer and Repairer of 

KETS 



AND 



PARKHURST'S WHARF, 

Foot of Mean St., Gloucester, Mass, 



JOHN NELSON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

LiNCOLN SOU'-WESTERS, 

Black and Yellow Cape Ann Standard 

OILCLOTHING 

Dealer in Rubber Goods, Jackets, 

Pants, Boots, Mittens, &c, and 

Fishermen's Outfits. 

285 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 



■VV.A.IEtlEi.A.aJri'IESID thu: BSST. 



CAPE ANN AND NEW ENGLAND 

COPPER PAINTS FOR VESSELS BOTTOMS, 

MANUFACTURED BY 

JAMES H. TARR, ROCKY NECK, GLOUCESTER. 



L. D. LOTHROP, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PAT. SWIVELS, LEADS, HAWSERS, SPREADERS, Etc., 

And Dealer in Fishermen's Outfits. 

66 to 70 DUNCAN ST., GLOUCESTER 




270 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 




ADDISON WITHAM, 

BIGGER, 

Burnham Bros.' Eailway, 

WATER STREET, - - GLOUCESTER. 

Orders for RIGGING and MAST-SETTING 
promptly attended to. 



GEO. K. BARNARD, 

Carriage Maker&Repairer, 

4 & 6 COMMERCIAL ST., 

GLOUCESTER. 

CARRIAGES OF ALL KINDS 

BUILT TO OBDEB. 

Repairing: attended to in all its brancto 



CURRIER & CO.'S 

Boston and Gloucester, Lanesville, Bay 
View, Annisquam, and Riverdale 



i»M&r$<4«i 



VV «Lingston"st., iBOStOD.. 

131 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER 



F- F. MARTIN A CO., 

Moulding and Frame Manufacturers. 

ALL KINDS OF 

Re- Gilding and Bronzing Done. 

FRENCH OXIDIZE WORK AND MAT MAKING. 

Pictures Framed While You Wait. 
190 MAIN ST., - - GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



Chas- H. Dow, 

MANUFACTUBER OP 

Window Screens. 



ALSO 



GADINET MAKER. 

20 Mansfield Street, 



GLOUCESTER. 



C. F. NORWOOD, 

Carpenter and Builder, 




4=4 COMMERCIAL STREET. 
Residence, 23 Exchange St- 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



271 



SWETT & CO., 



DEALERS IN 







LUMBER, 

BARRELS, HOOPS, 
HAY, STRAW, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, 

POTATOES, BEANS, Etc. 

WHARF, 42 COMMERCIAL ST., - GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



CHARLES H. BOYNTON, 

DEALER IN 

Shamokin and Franklin Anthracite 




HAED AND SOFT WOOD. 

"Wood Sawed and Split to Order. 
/ IT., BEAM CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK. 



GEORGE TODD, 

DEALER IN 

COAL 9 WOOD. 



SOLE AGENT FOR 



Breed's Chemical Compound. 
393 MAIN STREET, 

Gloucester, - - Mass. 



JAMES CLARE, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

JECABD AND SOFT 

WOOD 

Rear 7 and 9 Middle St. 

GLOUCESTER. 



"Wood delivered in any part of the city 
free of expense. 



oxm 




No. 43 Duncan St., cor. Rogers, Gloucester. 



272 



GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



IF\ ^7V\ HOMANS, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

TEJLS and MOXJLSSSS, 

AND FISH FOR EXPORT. 
GILBERT'S WHARF, NEAR CITY LANDING. 

ALSO AGENT AND PROPRIETOR OF 

THE FERNWOOD LAKE ICE COMPANY. 

This Company executes with promptness all orders from purchasers. Price of Ice for Vessels $2.50 per ton 

OFFICE, 153 MAIN ST., OPP. CAPE ANN NAT. BANK. 



■\PSZ. 



.. HOMANS, 3M~. 



RETAIL DEALER IN 




FERNWOOD LAKE 

ICE. 



RETAIL RATES FOR FAMILIES. 
OFFICE, 153 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



ESTABLISHED 1866. 



HENRY C. L. HASKELL'S 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

97 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



First-Class StocJc and Mutual Companies Represented. 



FEARS & CUNNINGHAM, 

Insurance and Ileal Estate Agents and Brokers, 

FIRST NAT. BANK BUILDING, up stairs, GLOUCESTER. 



GEORGE R. LAME, Jx>„, 
MA.SCCST and BUILDER. 

Particular attention given to Cornice Work, Fireplaces and Tiling. 

RESIDENCE, 390 MAIN ST. 

Slate a.l ; J. HI. KICHABDSON'8, 136 Main St. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 273 



:f\ m. loring, 

Kitchen Furnishing Store. 

PARLOR STOVES and COOKING RANGES. 



AGENT FOR THE • 



CELEBRATED MiLGEB GOODS. 

PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. 

Water Closets, "Wash Bowls and Faucets constantly on hand. 

141 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



E3. S3VEITPS3C, 

(Successor to SMITH & POOL), 



DEALER IN 



STOVES, FURNACES mi PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. 

Special attention given to Sanitary Plumbing, Ventilation 
and House Drainage. 

FUBffACE WORK, TIN ROOFING, PUMP & VESSEL WORK Promptly Attended to. 

221 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



J. J. CURRIER, 

Tin Plate & Sheet Iron Worker and Plumber 

AND DEALER IN 

Stoves, Ranges and Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

TIN ROOFING OP ALL KINDS ATTENDED TO. 

119 & 121 Duncan St., Gloucester. 

VESSEL WORK A SPECIALTY. 



NT. J. McKINNON, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES, HiL]XrGES cfe XIS] 

TIN PLATE, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER. 

Agent in this city for the Celebrated PateDt Stove Lining that will fit any Stove, Range or Furnace. 
Stoves stored and put in good repair. Clothes Wringers repaired and for sale. 

3 HHLA-mr STREET, GrLOUCESTER. 



THOMA.S EENTON, 

DEALER IN 



COOKING, JPABLOB and SJSIJP STOVES. 

A full line of Kitchen Furnishing Goods. Furnace, Vessel and Pump 
Work, promptly attended to. 

181 EAST MAIN ST,, NEAE THE P.O., EAST GLOUCESTER. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



N. BABSON & CO., 

117 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER, 

JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF 

Dry Goods,, Small Wares, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Curtains and Fixtures, 

Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, Yarns and Flannels. 

BLACK CASHMERES and BRILLIANTINES a Specialty. 

7 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WOOLEN CLOTHS. 

Manufacturers of Ladies' and Children's Outside Garments. 
FISHERMEN'S SACKS, SOCKS AND MITTS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



J. PETTIGREW & CO, 



Dealers in all kiDds of 

Foreign and Domestic 

DRY GOODS 

90 MAIN STREET, 



GLOUCESTER. 



A. PETTIGREW, 

|illiaif| 

HOSIERY, CLOVES, 

CORSETS, Etc. 

Real and Imitation Hair Goods, 

Yarns, Worsteds, Trimmings, 
Embroideries, Laces, &c. 

121 Main St., Centers Bit., Gloucester. 



jr. ^7^- 

FASHIONABLE TAILOR, 

163 I^JLTIST STREET, 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



W. FRANK PARSONS & BRO., 

DEALERS IN 

Boots? Shoes? and Rubbers? 

81 MAJDNT STREET, 

flgg^ REPAIRING promptly attended to. GLOUCESTER, Mass. 



WILLIAM TRACY, 

DEALER IN 

Foreign and Domestic 

DRY GOODS, 

Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Small 
Wares, Etc. 

84 MAIN STREET. 
DRESS GOODS, 

Cloaks and Ready-Made Garments 
a Specialty. 



F.T.HALL&SON, 



DEALERS IN 





276 MAIJST ST., 

GLOUCESTER. 
Repairing promptly and neatly done. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



275 



SHETZEI X*. cole, 

FLOfilST. 

Bouquets, "Wreaths, Crosses, and other Dec- 
orations furnished at short notice, and 
satisfaction guaranteed. Rustic 
and Ornamental Baskets and 
Stands at Low Prices. 

9 PROCTER ST„ GLOUCESTER, 




J. S. CORREA, 



No. 272 MAIN ST., 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



Particular Attention given to Clothes Gleaning, Pres- 
sing and Repairing. 



THEODORE PARSONS, 

— AGENT — 

For Several First-Class Makers of 

PIANOS & ORGANS 

But will select from any make desired, and feels 

confident that his large experience will secure to 

his friends the very best one in the wareroom. 

FOR SALE, 

Either for Cash or on easy payments. 

TO LET, 

And Rent applied to its purchase. 

SECONB.HANM 

Instruments taken in exchange for new. 

Tuning and Repairing a Specialty. 

8 HANCOCK STREET. 



B. HASKELL & SONS, 

Jobbers and Retail Dealers in 

FAMILY GROCERIES, 

Vessel Outfits, Flour, Butter, 

Ship Stores, Pork, Beef, 

Lard, Hams, Potatoes 

and Vegetables, 

Hay and Straw. 

Woodenware, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Etc. 

THREE STORES, 

23i 233, 317, and 313 MIN STREET, 

We labor to buy and sell low at all times. 



SEYMOUR 8. HARTWELL, 



DEALER IN 



CROCKERY, CHINA, 

Glass and Silver-Plated Ware, 

CUTLERY, 

And a large variety of 

FANCY GOODS, 

113 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 



SAJSdZTTEIL, L. GIBSOlsT, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

PORK, HAM, POULTRY, VEGETABLES, BUTTER, CHEESE 

Hailroad. -A/vr.. cor. Tx-oaaa-Oixt JSt. 






Dealer in Beef, Port, Mutton, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruit, 

A.W1> AJLl, EIDNS OF COUTTXitY PSODVCE. 

No. 55 Prospect Street, - - Gloucester. 



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GRIFFIN, COOK, & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 

JAPAN, PUTTY, 

GLASS, SASHES, BLINDS, Etc. 

257 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 
HOUSE, SHIP, AND SIGN PAINTING. 




BENNETT, GRIFFIN, & SON, 



DEALERS IN 



Lumber, Hardware, Fish Boxes, Etc. 

33 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER. 



FTTZ J. BAJ3SON, Jr., 

DEALER IN 

Lumber of every description. 

Clapboards, Shingles, Laths, Cedar Posts, Doors, "Window Frames, Black Wal- 
nut, Whitewood, Pickets, Lime, Cement, Brick, Hair, Hardware, etc. 

WHARF AND STORE, 275 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



CAPE ANN GRANITE COMPANY 
GRANITE, BUILDING, and MONUMENTAL WORK, 

OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Granite Flagging & Paving Blocks. 

Office, 40 WATER ST., Room 12, BOSTON. 

QUARRIES: BAY VIEW, GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

J. H. Trench, Pres. H. H. Bennett, Treas. Chas.W. Poster, Snpt. 



A. P. STODDART, 

MACHINIST, 

AND DEALER IN 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND MACHINERY. 

Steering Wheels built and Repaired. Steam Launch 
Engines built and furnished at Short Notice. 

STEAM, GAS, WATER-PIPE & FITTINGS 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

236 MAIN ST., GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DBPABTMENT. 277 

WZLLIAJVE R. CAUL, 

House, Sign and Fresco Painter. 

GRAINING, PAPER HANGING, 

Kalsomining, Whitewashing, Etc, 

ALSO DEALER IN 

ROOM PAPER, BORDERS, and CURTAIN GOODS. | 
42 WASHINGTON STREET, 

Corner of Granite, GLOUCESTER. 




DAN FORTH & GRIFFIN, 

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS, 

ALSO DEALERS IN 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Sashes, Blinds, Paper Hangings, Borders, Curtains, Etc. 

Orders for PAPER HANGING AND GRAINING Promptly attended to. 

35 WASHINGTON ST., OPP. WASHINGTON SQ. 
£5:SEK™-} GLOUCESTER. 



HAJIL & MAER, 
Artist, Sign, Banner f Ornamental Painters. 

Signs and Show Cards of all descriptions got up in the newest designs at 
short notice. Glass Signs a Specialty. 

329 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



X. O. M-A-YO, mol f, 8 e a ten dReUil 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, and Kitchen Goods of all kinds. 

TIN AND IRON WARE, AI.SO PUMPS AND PIPES. 

Star Signal and Doorless Side Lanterns. PlumbiDg and Tin Rooting a specialty. Vessel work and 

Jobbing performed with dispatch. Agent for this city for Chilson's Improved Arlington Range 

and Cone Furnace. Agent for Walter's Patent Metallic Roofing and Siding Plates. 

93 ana 04, MA-IHV STREET, GLOUCESTER. 



KARCHER'S DINING ROOMS. 

JACOB KARCHER, Proprietor. 

113 IVE^ixx Street, Gloucester. 

Meals served at all hours of the Day or Evening. OYSTERS fresh every day and 

cooked in any style desired. 

All who wish good viands well cooked, are invited to call. 



HAMILTON HOUSE. 

Board by the Day or Week, Furnished Rooms to Let. 

COR. TREMONT and SHEPHERD STREETS, 
JT.iSSSw. I ***•**«. DLDTJCE BTER. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



CHARLES MASTERS, 

UNDERTAKER and MATTRESS MAKER 







17 WASHINGTON ST., GLOUCESTER. 

Coffins and Caskets furnished to order. Also, Wreaths, Crosses and 

Flowers arranged in designs to suit. Mattresses Cleansed and 

Re-made. Palliasses made to order. Also, Dealer 

in Curled Hair, Husks, Etc. 



TOXIN 

Undertaker, and Coffin Warerooms, 

2 MJLTZ? ST., 

ODD. tie Gloucester Hotel. 

Coffins and Caskets furnished 
to order on the most reasonable 
terms. 

WREATHS, CROSSES, and 
FLOWERS, fresh from the 
Greenhouse, also furnished. 
Orders left as above, or at my residence, 4 WESTERN AV., will meet with prompt attention. 




MONUMENTAL WORK 



HULL 



IN 

And different Varieties 
of 



Particular attention given to the production of new 
and tasteful designs, executed in the best manner. 

P. KENNEDY, 
108 Washington Street, 

NEAR RAILROAD CROSSING, GLOUCESTER. 




ADVEKTISING DEPATRMENT. 279 



GEORGE A. DAVIS, 

&0DA WATER MANUFACTURED 



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9 

Bear 95 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTEB, 



loneesfer Hotel, 

GEO. L. SMITH, Proprietor. 
¥iYst-C\ass in Ereery Uespect. 

Cor. MAIN and WASHINGTON STREETS, 

Q-XjOTTaESTEK,. 



HOLLY TREE INN 

DINING ROOMS. 

Nicely Jurnished. Centrally located. 
EXCELLENT FOOD AT LOW PRICES. 

181 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

IRA. JLlVIUfcETWlS, Proprietor. 



CEITRAL HOUSE, 

WILLIAM H. REILLY, Proprietor. 
First-Class in Every Respect. 

215 and 217 MAIN, cor. WATER STS., 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



280 GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



Cape Ann Bulletin Co., 



PUBLISHERS OF THE 



Cape Ann Bulletin, 

(WEEKLY, WEDNESDAYS.) 



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) 
(DAILY.) 

The Best Advertising Mediums on Cape Ann. 



Book and Job Printing 

Of every description promptly attended 
to at the lowest living prices. 

XTo. 191 MAIN" STREET, 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 
GLOUCESTER. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 281 



GLOUCESTER 

DAILY NEWS, 



THE ONLY 



Double the Circulation of any Daily 
in the City. 



THE 



Cape Ann Sunday Call, 

THE ONLY SUNDAY PAPER ON THE CAPE. 

Circulation, 2,000. 
PRICE 4 CENTS. $2. PER YEAR. 






> 

F. A. HTIGGIN, Manager. 

23 DTJIsrO^J^ STREET, 

GLOUCESTER. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



TT. H. H. 13-A.T^IS, 

Livery, Boarding, Hack, and Sale 




31 COMMERCIAL and 20 MAIN STS., Gloucester. 

Also Stable at Bass Bocks, and Bass Bocks Barge Lane. Hacks 
Barges and Barouches Furnished at Short Notice. 

ZXorse Shoer ^>xxcL Carriage Sxxrltlx. 

Dealer in New and Second-hand Carriages and Sleighs of all kinds. 



THOMAS 0. PIOTOCK, 

SLATER 

— AND — 

TIN ROOFER, 

7 DODGE STREET, 

RESIDENCE, 10 HANCOCK ST., 

SALEM, MASS. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

Orders solicited from any part of the County. 




THE A. T. STEARNS LUMBER CO., 




LUMBER, GUTTERS, CONDUCTORS, 1 MOULDINGS 

CYPRESS LUMBER AND SHINGLES A SPECIALTY. 

Kiln-Dried Hard Pine and Spruce Flooring and Sheathing always on hand. All 
kinds of Mill Work to order. 

WHARVES AT NEPONSET, ml 470 ALBANY ST., BOSTON. 

MILLS AX NEFONSET. 

Order Office, No. 2 P. O. Sq. Hours 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 283 



JOHN ROESSLE, 

§rewei[ of £##*{ j§t&, 

60 PYNCHON ST., 

BOSTOK, MASS, 



FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT WORLD'S EXHIBITION, PHILA. 



GLOUCESTER BOTTLING WORKS, 

LANE & MeLEAN, Proprietors. 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

Soda and Mineral Waters, 

GINGER ALE, TONIC BEER, Etc. 

Bottlers of Ale, Lager Beer, Porter and Cider. Also, Agents for Milwaukee Lager. 

SINCLAIR'S BLOCK, 21 DUNCAN STREET. 



Western Avenue House, 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET BY THE DAY OR WEEK. 

BESTAUBANT 00OTE0TED. MEALS AT ALL HOUBS. 
FINE WINES, LIQUOMS AND CIGAHS, 

Nos. 83 and 85 WESTERN AVENUE. 
GEORGE S. NICKERSON, - - Proprietor. 



DAVID CLAPP & SON, 

General Book and Job 

PRINTERS 

35 BEDFORD STREET, 

DAVID CLAPP, 1 BOSTON". 



JOHN C. CLAPP. 
19" 




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JfaqklijSipie 






Furnishes unequalled facilities for instruction in Piano, Organ, Violin, 
Voice, all Orchesi ral Instruments, and Tuning. In the ART Department 
for Drawing, Painting, Modelling and Portraiture. In Modern LANGUAGES, 
German, French and Italian, with the hest native teachers. In English Branches 
Common and Higher. In the College of ORATORY in Vocal, Technique, Elo- 
cution, Rhetorical Oratory, Forensic and Lyric Art. In the NEW HOME excel- 
lent board and nicely furnished rooms, with light, heat, etc., can be had from $45 
to $75 per term of ten weeks.. Tuition from $5 to $20 for 10 weeks in classes of 4. 

Private Lessons in any Department. Pupils received at any time. New Calen- 
dar, beautifully illustrated sent free. £ T0URJEE, Director. 



THOS. WM. CLARKE & F. F. RAYMOND, 2nd, 

COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

29 PEMBERTON SQUARE, BOSTON. 

Patent, Trade Mark and Copyright suits Prosecuted and Defended. Proceedings 
in Accounting for Profits and Damages conducted. Opinions as to Validity, Scope 
and Infringements of Patents. Trade Marks and Copyrights prepared. Interfer- 
ences in the Patent Office attended to. 

PATENTS SOLICITED IN ALL COUNTRIES. 

Trade Marks Registered and Copyrights Entered. 



ROBERT BURLED 

BOOK. JOB DIIUhFD 
AND PAMPHLET DII«L/bl\i 

50 AECH ST., BOSTON". 

Special attention paid to Binding large Illustrated 
Works, Engravings, Magazines, Etc. 

EDGE GILDING, MARBLING, STAMPING and LETTERING FOR THE TRADE. 

Library Books Re-bound and repaired at short notice and low prices. 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 285 



ESTABLISHED 1830. 

-kirnw Mudge & Son, 






^PSINTOSSJ 

24 Frank/in Street, Boston, Mass. 

Alfred A. Mudge. Frank H. Mudge. 



A. J. WILKINSON & GO. 

HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF 

Machinists' and Carpenters' Tools, 

AGENTS 

HOBSON CHOICE STEEL, WELLINGTON EMERY, 

SJ Stubs Steel Files <£ Tools, 

Hi to 188 WASHINGTON B, Set, State St, and Dock So,,, BOSTON, 

CALL AlSriD EXAlVtllNnE]. 



BROWN BROS., 



SOLICITORS OF 



American & Foreign Patents, 

28 SCHOOL STREET, 

ALBERT W. BROWN. BOSTON. EDWIN W. BROWN. 



REDDING, BAIRD, & CO. 
STAINED CLASS, 

CATHEDRAL CLASS, 
GROUND AND CUT CLASS. 

OFFICE AND SHO W MO OMS, 
152 FRANKLIN STREET, 

W. S. REDDING. BOSTOMl J. C. BAIRD. 



286 BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DENNISONMFG.CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF. 



TAOS 



AND 



Station ers' Spe cialties. 

DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAVELERS. 

Stratton's Gummed Labels and Gummed ^Paper of all Colors. Legal and 
Notarial Seals ; Folding and Fancy Tickets ; Mentzel's Patent Suspen- 
sion Rings ; The Star Copying Pads ; Dennison's Game Counters ; 
Wedding Cake Boxes ; Visiting and Playing Card Cases, etc., etc. 

DENNISON'S TARGETS FOR RIFLE PRACTICE, 

Phillips' Hook and Clasp Tags ; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets ; Postal Envel- 
opes ; McGill's Paper Fasteners at Manufacturers' discounts. 

SEALING WAX MAKERS. 

Proprietors " Globe," and Centennial Prize 
" Excelsior," and Importers of English Grass 
Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, from 
■ the celebrated 39 Mill. 

Proprietors of" Silver White," best article for polishing Silver, and Miller's "Jewelry 
Cleaning Casket," and " Silver White Casket." 

JEWELERS' BOXES, 

Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Pine Twines, &c, &o, 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES, 

Apothecaries' Powder Papers and Counter Papers, Dennison's 
Shaving Papers. 

Dennison's Absorbent Cotton, for Dental and Surgical Purposes. 
C^RD BO^RD MAKEES. 



All of our Goods are for sale hy Dealers everywhere, and by 

DENNISON MFC. CO. 



21 MIEK STREET, BOSTON, 
630 CHESTNUT ST., PHIIA'HIA. 
143 WALNUT ST., CINCINNATI. 



198 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 
155 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO. 
413 N. THIRD ST., ST. LOUIS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 287 




IQifj "OLD COE.1TEB.." 

PROCTER BROS., 

PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, 

Booksellers and Stationers, 

108 & 110 MAIN ST., PROCTER BUILDING 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

We occupy the whole building ; Third floor, printing ofilce ; rear second floor, 
Press-room ; large middle room, entered from either Main or Centre Sts., 

PROCTER ROOM-PAPER PARLOR, 

tastefully fitted up, with ceiling and walls elegantly decorated, showing the mod- 
ern style of art in Paper Hangings. This room is filled with 

THE LARGEST STOCK OP 

Boom Taper 9 Borders, Decorations, Window 

Shades, and Curtain Goods this 

side of Boston. 

Front second floor is the Editorial and Business Rooms of the CAPE ANN 
ADVERTISER. A large stock of Books, Stationery, Blank Books, News- 
papers, Music, Wrapping Paper, Paper Bags, Fancy Goods, Toys, and 

kindred goods, occupy the spacious stores on the first; floor. 



WE PUBLISH THE 

Cape Ann Advertiser, 

A first-class local family newspaper, EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, containing 
the Local and Fishing News of Cape Ann. Circulation, 4500 copies. 

tit'rtvtq • S Within Essex County, per Year, . . . $2.50. 
J.JLJMV10 . | 0utside Essex county, per Year, . . . 58.65. 

History of Gloucester. By Hon. John J. Babson. $10.00. 
Gloucester Directory. $2.00. 

Fisherman's Own Book. $1.10 Paper; $1.65 Cloth. 

Fisherman's Memorial and Record Book. Paper, 60 cts.; Cloth, $1.10. 
The Fisheries of Gloucester, 1623 to 1876. Cloth, 75 cts.; Paper 50c. 
Fishermen's Ballads, or, Songs of the Sea. 50 cents. 
Nora Ray, the Child Medium. Paper, 50 cents. 

Georges, Fi*hing Schooner in a Stprm. Large Photograph ; 75 cents. 
Cod-Fishing on Georges. 75 cents. 

Map of Gloucester and Cape Ann. 50 cents. (New edition). 
Stereoscopic Views of the Romantic Scenery of Cape Ann. 1000 subjects. 
20 cts. each ; $2.00 per doz. 

Send for Catalogue. All the above sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price. 

FRANCIS H. and CEO. H. PROCTER. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ALEX. H. BIOE. 
C. S. KENDALL. 



t < J. WILLARD BICE. 

S fO. 8. KENDALL, JB 



RICE, KENDALL, & CO. 

PAPER 

EALE 




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MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS. 



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"EXCELSIOR" FELTS, 



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CRANE'S BOND PAPERS. 

TILESTON & HOLLINOSWOETH'S 

Chromo, Lithographic and Superfine Pap:rs 

Sole New England Agents for the Sale of 

JAPANESE NA PKINS I HA NDKERCHIEFS. 

Having the Agency of several of the largest and best Mills in New 

England, we are able to supply Publishers with fine and 

superfine BOOK PAPERS, of every size and 

weight, in any quantity, and at 

Short Notice. 



All Orders should be addressed to us at 



91 FEDERAL STREET, 91 

BOSTOH. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 289 



CHAS. H. NORTH & CO., 

PACKERS AND CURERS OF 

BACON, PORK, BEEF, LARD, HAMS, 

Tripe, Tongues, Sausages, Sausage Skins, Pigs' Feet, Etc, 

Also Slaughterers and "Wholesale Dealers in Live and Dressed Hogs. 

EXTEA LAED OIL, GLUE AND ANIMAL PEETILIZEES. 
STORES, 33 and 34 NORTH MARKET ST., BOSTON. 

Stalls, 27 and 29 Faneuil Hall Market, Slaughtering and Curing Establishment, Medford St., 8omenille. 

CHARLES H. NORTH. 



Pocket maps 



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COMPRISING THE TERRITORY OF 

GLOUCESTEB 

AND 

EOCKFOET. 

XMW ' EDITION, IX COL OSS. 



FOR SALE BY- 



PROCTER BROS, 

GLOUCESTER. 



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GLOUCESTER DIRECTORY. 



OLD CITY DIRECTORIES 

OF VARIOUS DATES 

For Boston and a large number of other Cities, 

FOR SALE BY 

Sampson, Davenport, & Co. 

155 FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON. 



LIBRARY COMMITTEES and others desiring to complete their files 
of Directories are invited to call and inspect our Directories. 

FROM 5 to 100 YEARS OLD. 



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